Here’s something I got from a lumber yard a few years ago that I cannot live without!

Check it out…

Using these wooden blocks helps the painting stay off the ground so all the extra paint drips off, keeping the bottom clean. It’s also easier to work on the painting when it’s elevated. The wood is 6 inches square, and I’ve cut them all to be 18” long. It’s a simple tool that makes all the difference, plus it’s cool to see how they get covered with paint and become a work of art too!

What helpful setups do you have in your studio? I’d love to hear in the comments.

In this Wednesday’s episode of the Art2Life Podcast, I’m talking with artist and collaborator, Barbara Groth who has the coolest job in the world! She creates traveling and collaborative adventures through the Nomadic School of Wonder that inspire awe and wonder. Join me as she shares how these experiences engage the community with animals and the natural world. You’ll be amazed!
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Also, coming this Tuesday, June 27th, we are opening our Call for Entries for the 2023 Art2Life International Juried Art Exhibition! We’re so excited to have New York gallerist, Anita Rogers, as our juror this year. Click below to sign up to receive the Call for Entry in your inbox on Tuesday. We can’t wait to see your work!

Hope you have a great Sunday!