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Wednesday, January 29, 2014
easels come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are used for displaying a
variety of items. Artist’s easels are another type of easel that can be used
for displaying art but they are mainly used to hold their canvas while the
artist is working on it.
been around for a long time and have been known to have been in use since the
time of the ancient Egyptians.
display easel is of a tripod design. They are used for displaying anything from
works of art to signs or menu’s at a restaurant. Some easels are simple and
clean looking so that they do not draw attention away from the art or because they are holding something simple. Other
easels are decorative and give importance to the art work they are holding. In
many cases the decorative easel will come up higher in the back than the
artwork itself so you see its decorative top. Some of the decorative easels are
ornate, are very detailed, and are almost art in and of themselves. Easels by Amron
has been supplying a large number of decorative easels for many years. These
can be seen at: http://www.easelsbyamron.com/store/c/171-Decorative-Easels.aspx
fold up flat are convenient because they can be stored away when not in use. The
easels that have adjustable pegs give you the flexibility of adjusting
different sized artwork to varying heights. Easels by Amron has adjustable
easels that you can see here:http://www.easelsbyamron.com/store/c/175-Adjustable-Easels.aspx
there are two basic size groups for easels. One group is the floor easels which
stands directly on the floor bringing the art work up to a viewable height. The
other smaller versions are the table top easels which are meant to be put up on
something like a shelf, table, pedestal, etc.