My new Sorg Super 8 Easel arrived today! http://www.studioeasel.com/ I live tweeted this momentous occasion via Twitter: @artistclancy – to sum up: it was difficult to be patient and wait for the truck, the truck finally came, discovered that the box was crushed and punctured – some fear and trepidation as to what would be found inside the box (Would ‘my precious’ be damaged?) but it turned out all was well!! There was a quick cold-pizza break for lunch while I watched the easel assembly video instructions. Then I was all wrenches, hammer and ratchet set – and with valuable assistance from Judy – the easel was assembled! Here are the as-promised-on-Twitter photos:
A big box came! My new easel!
Oh no! The box is crushed and punctured in places! Will the easel inside be okay?
Whew! Everything looks okay! And all the easel parts seem to be here!
Sue Clancy posing with her new Sorg easel a’la a magazine model
Sue Clancy putting one of her recent artworks on the new easel “to see how it’d work”.
I’m thinking the Sorg easel is going to work out just fine – it does allow me to move my artwork up and down much more easily – which was what I’d hoped for in this post here https://sueclancy.com/2016/04/27/easy-easel-eagerness/
I recently decided that I needed a new easel that would move up and down more easily. My current easel has two small “pins” that need to be unscrewed to allow the mast and the platform to move up or down. As time has gone by those have gotten more and more difficult to work with – hard to unscrew, hard to keep level etc – and I don’t adjust the height of my work when I need to because it’s a pain to adjust things. Which results in a pain in my neck, wrist or knees. So I eagerly looked for options and I’m happy to say that I’ve a new Sorg Easel ordered! http://www.studioeasel.com/ It was super easy to order this easel – David Sorg himself answered all my questions – and so I concluded that this easel is the one for me! There’s an omg dream-worthy video of the Sorg Easel in operation on the studioeasel.com website. I’m excited about the new easel and the possibility of being able to move my artwork up and down with a touch! Imagine that!?! Here is a picture of me on my knees working at my old easel…
Sue Clancy working on a commission for the lobby of a children’s center – using her current easel.