Mont Marte Convertible Studio Easel - Beech Wood
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This amazing gift set is jam-packed full of Mont Marte's most used art supplies.
Presented beautifully in a purple box with a silver bow. See images and the description below for what's included
The New Mont Marte Convertible Studio Easel is a must-have addition to your studio! This versatile floor easel holds a variety of sizes of canvas comfortably and can take up to a 152cm in height.
The main feature of this easel, which sets it apart from more common designs, is its convertible function. This allows you to easily tilt and adjust the angle of the easel - it even tilts flat so you can work horizontally.
The canvas support or tray can be easily adjusted up and down so that you can adjust the canvas height even when tilted.
This easel requires some basic assembly.
- Reclining canvas support
- Tilts to flat / horizontal
- Holds a canvas up to 152cm in height
- Fully extended the easel is 223cm tall
- Adjustable canvas support
- Constructed with quality beech wood
- Sturdy design
- Approx. Dimensions - W-62cm, D-71cm, H-137cm-223cm
- Instructions included
Christmas gift bonus includes -
1 x Mont Marte Dimension Acrylic 8pc Paint Set
1 x Mont Marte Brush Washer Bucket
1 x Mont Marte Colour Dial Wheel
1 x Mont Marte Willow Charcoal Set
1 x Mont Marte Deep Well Plastic Palette
1 x Mont Marte Pack of 2 Canvas Panels
1 x Mont Marte Number 10 Palette knife
6 x Mont Marte Taklon Brushes - Assorted
If you are looking for a sturdy easel that doesn't take up too much space but is flexible for use whether you're working large or small - this is my top pick. The number one feature of this easel is its ability to tilt flat, however unlike it's larger counterpart it doesn't take up as much space in the room or studio and is quite easy to adjust the tilt. I frequently work between large and small paintings and I find this easel so simple and quick to adjust. Also when working with fluid paint or creating drips in my painting the easel can be tilted toward horizontal to control the flow and dripping of the paint. (Tips by Art Shed Tom)