Have you ever run out of space to lay wet paintings around your studio or hotel room when on a painting trip? Me too. This was always a problem when I went on a plein air painting trip with friends. We would share a hotel room and then after about the second day of painting we were running out of space to lay all the wet paintings that we had produced. Not to worry. I’ve got a great solution to that…
I created the Dryangle out of a need to find a better way to dry my paintings in the hotel room when on plein air painting trips. As I mentioned, I often share hotel rooms with 2-3 other painters and space is limited. After a week of painting, there’s no place to put all the wet paintings to keep them from getting messed up or getting paint on everything else. I also use these in my studio for works in progress. Dryangles are also handy to use for displaying your paintings at art festivals.
- Light Weight
- Compact & flat to fit in my suitcase or backpack
- Durable & Strong
- Easy to use
- They come in sizes for panels and stretched canvases
- Great gifts for artists
I chose the triangle design because it’s the strongest shape in architecture……thus the name Dryangle.
Testimonials from actual customers:
“I’ve bought both sizes. Two for panels and one for canvas. They are great to travel with. Flat in the suitcase so no bulk and when in your hotel room paintings are not scattered all around to dry on furniture or floors. Good as a gift for fellow artists.” Marchita P.
“I don’t know how I ever traveled without these. They were the first thing I made sure I had packed! I have one in my studio for works in progress and one in the final drying area for finished works. Great for panels!” Barbara M.
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Originally Posted at RedPaletteStudio.com