Tools of the trade - or as I call them
TOYS of the trade. How we love them. New brushes, a slick and tiny brush washer that just fits in the plein air box or. . . bigger toys like a studio easel. This one came in my Easter basket; Woohoo - Way better than a chocolate rabbit - or even peeps.
The Klopfenstein Professional; I fell in love with this easel at Adams State during grad school - no fussy knobs, weights, or anything resembling a Venetian torture device. It has a small footprint but unparelleled canvas size limits and is made to last a lifetime. I think it could also double as a jungle gym.
My new favorite toy.