Dave Burbach & I met Dave and Char McBride and Michael and Victoria Lindstrom today at Eastmoreland Golf Club for lunch. (It was raining pretty hard, but that didn't deter the golfers. The parking lot was 3/4's full).
Dave showed us his easel that is mounted on a wall. He learned this from William Park. This type of system means that you have to paint completely upright, but Dave likes it a lot. He can put any size panel on the wall and he can adjust the cross bar so that he can either sit or stand.
Crumb for the first time. (It's been out for 17 years, and I remember that it was very popular). Crumb really made me want to try my hand at sketching with a quill pen. I bought one for a couple of bucks today at Muse. Muse is moving into this corner building, but they are still operational next door in the meantime.
That is my full Saturday report....I hope that YOU are having a great weekend! What are you doing? Tell!
(Top Photo) Painting: Celeste Bergin, Rasmussen's Farm, oil on 9 x 12 (black) gessoed canvas panel