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I have been preoccupied with a number of projects, presentations, and painting for a gallery show in Palm Springs this March. (More about that soon...) So I plead distraction via ADHD and my own over-scheduling. I know such things are not an acceptable excuse because I could have jammed in a post or two about something between then and now, but hey, I just got busy with so many darn things.
Sometimes I think the only way I get to paint undisturbed is if I blow out of town. So last Tuesday I decided to take advantage of some unseasonable weather, unplug from 'teh internets', pack up some shiny new painting gear, and play hooky for a day up on Mt. Hood. You know, cut class for just one day. Managed to knock out two paintings when I did.
But still, I am way behind on some things and I committed to posting a comprehensive review of the new Strada Mini – which comes from the folks who brought you the original Strada easel last year – and I thought why not kill two birds with one stone and take the Mini up to the mountain and see how it works under more demanding conditions. (Spoiler alert: I was pleasantly surprised.)
I'll be posting my review of the new Mini next week. I promise. With comprehensive and comparable specs and my hands-on field impressions. So until then you'll have to have fun with this video post instead.
Gotta go now...There's something I need to do in the studio.