Step 1. Push Pin Spacers:
Press 4 pins into each canvas front - corners of one, center sides of other.
Tip - Press pins in completely; stay within canvas edges.
Step 2. Tape Together: Align canvases, wet sides facing; tape around ends. Tip - Extend canvases over table edge for stable taping.
Step 3. Trash Bag Cover: Insert canvases into trash bag; tape around for secure closure, crossing center in both directions for better protection in your suitcase. Tip - Fold back trash bag beforehand to keep wet paint from getting onto bag exterior.
Note: Attaching something rigid (like tag board or cardboard) to canvas backs would protect from things pushing painting fronts together, especially if packed in a soft-sided suitcase.
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everyone is comfortable and enjoying the workshop. Your attentiveness for our well-being is refreshing and very much appreciated. I also admire the way you encourage us to meet the challenge of the unfamiliar, and because of this everyone in this workshop seemed to blossom and transformed themselves. I've learned a lot more from you in this recent workshop; not just the process and the techniques, but also the nuances of the colors. My gratitude to you for helping me see clearly and for re-igniting my passion for colors. You are AMAZING and AWESOME. "
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Having taken a couple of workshops from artists whom I admired as artists and thought I would learn from, I know from whenceI speak. Being a good (or great) teacher is the real key. And you, my dear, are a great teacher. Your education background made a huge difference in tech quality of the workshop. You spent more time with each of us individually than I have ever experienced in a workshop. And that was quality time , too. Thank you Caroline. You have inspired me." Kaaren McNulty