I am an artist. I am looking for in easy place to store my painting.

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  • How large are your pieces? what kind of medium? Not sure what you have available in your home/apartment but maybe a climate controlled rented storage unit?

    • Patrice Wielgus Patrice Wielgus on Jul 27, 2018
      40 by 40 to 8 by 10. Framed watercolor and acrylic. Space in my home. My studio place is 11' by 11'.

  • At your home? How many? How big?

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    • My mom used to paint a lot and she had a table top easel and used to paint in the breakfast room. When they were done, she set them on the mantle over the fireplace in the living room to dry. Then she stored them behind the living room sofa to keep away from the pets when she ran out of closet space. When she had a bunch, she had an exhibit, sold them then started over. At least you have a studio. How about devoting one or two of the walls for your pieces? Just fill up the walls. Or do you have space in your house elsewhere? If not how about renting space?

  • Judy Judy on Jul 27, 2018

    Do you mean inexpensive place?

    Some restaurants will hang and sell

    pieces for artists. Or do you want to store in climate control?

    Storage places have climate control but I’d insure them as well if the units ever have issues. They are not inexpensive.

  • Patrice Wielgus Patrice Wielgus on Jul 27, 2018
    In my home. In my studio which is 11' by 11'. Trying to stay under a $100.

  • Teacup8885 Teacup8885 on Jul 28, 2018

    Maybe use some 2x6s n make a box bout 50x50, then a piece of plywood for back, attach wi 4th h nails, for front, run two pieces of rope bout 1/4way up n half way up, attach wheels to bottom (4caster wheels with lock-ability) n staple a sheet over front! Maybe store behind couch or just against a wall but then u can pull it out as needed, n to store supplies, maybe find a large fishing tackle box!!