Odds and ends.

A corner of the studio. Most of my painting is done at the small drafting table, though there is an upright easel, that is affixed to the wall.

The easel with one panel of a tryptic having some of it's gilding touched up. The table to the right has an automobile jack as a lifting mechanism. Hanging on the left side of the easel, a leather bag that usually has my watercolor kit in it.

A small commission of two awards I designed and manufactured. Top, mahogany, bottom, black walnut with a carved and gilt panel. The bottom is waiting for it's name plate