A small part of the painting process is the construction of painting surfaces for my work. My work has become larger in scale as time has passed and a way for me to create large scale works has been to build multi-panel surfaces. I did this because it allowed me to go large scale and made it easier for transport.
The photo documentation shows the assembly of the panels on the back. This is a new process for me. I used to hold my panels together with wood clamps and then assemble the panels using small metal plates that had screw holes in them. The problem with that is it was super time consuming to assemble and disassemble.
This new strategy entails drilling small holes into the solid wood frame and using bolts and nuts to hold the panels together. I learned about this method from a colleague of mine and thought it would be a great solution to my problem. I still have a lot to learn in perfecting it, but I learned a lot this first time doing it.
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