The changes in my studio have been interesting to say the least, yet I think I'm finally beginning to settle in. It's difficult to gauge as my work has been limited to short spurts because of my shoulder injury but it feels good to still be able to accomplish things...especially since I don't handle not being creative very well at all. I still find myself standing to work more than not but it definitely relieves pressure to be able to work with my arms down instead of in front of me as I did at an easel. It is a bit of a difficult adjustment but it certainly feels better, and I do like the fact that the walls and window are always visible, which wasn't necessarily the case with the easel. So far I have been able to work up to 36x48 inches on this drafting table so I am happy as it is easy to manipulate the angle whenever I need to though I am considering investing in some wheels so that I can move it around as required and also to get a small rolling cart that would be easier to move around as well. If there are any suggestions, I would love to hear them!
AIRdirondack Art Project