|Untitled, terra cotta, 1992|
I suspect I have a few loose screws. While most people partied for the Holidays, I cleaned out my studio/workshop to make room for a new easel. Seven days of manual labor--this was not the brightest idea.
My Richeson easel arrived Monday afternoon.
I decided I could handle and assemble a 98-pound easel.
Lots of pieces--and a winch and pulley!
Winch Warning: Not for Humans.
I had my Leatherman tool.
I couldn't resist the comfy box and the easel was perfect for rigging up the camera. Getting into the box before the self-timer blinked wasn't easy--getting out of this box and up off the floor was even harder. My right shoulder was aching!
All set; everything works. I have to clean off the counter and find my paints. Tomorrow, a trip to the dumpster.