I did Wells Street again this year. I can say this emphatically: it has the worst load-in and load-out of any show I’ve ever done, and the rain Saturday morning compounded it. They stagger the artist load-in times from 6AM to 8:30AM and queue the vehicles on North Ave or Division while waiting. The closer […]
Tag Archive 'Bins'
Posted in Life on the Road on Jun 11th, 2009
A photographer friend asked me over on Twitter to elaborate on the boxes I use for shows. Since an explanation was too long for a single tweet, or even a series of tweets, here goes. I have three basic types of boxes that I use for transporting framed and matted work to shows. None of them are […]
I used these plans to construct two bins that carry framed work and matted pieces, ready for display. I modified the actual boxes somewhat from these plans, but they give you a rough idea of how to make your own. They are built of 3/4” oak plywood and dimensional oak lumber. Piano hinges are used […]
New Bins, different configuration I’m always looking for new ways to transport and display my work at shows. A few weeks ago, I replaced my old bins with some new boxes that I built of 1/2 birch plywood. The new bins are a little larger and sit on top of a square support system. More […]