Saturday, July 05, 2014

Pochade for Louise Treacy

Been busy with building a little pochade for Louise Treacy,
a very lovely lady I met in Ireland. It's nice to experiment
a bit for other artists with new ideas for a pochade box.

This one is a merge of the OpenboxM and the Mabef 106
I myself use some different model it's something between
the English pochade and the OpenbowM as well. This I like
cause you can hold you panel horizontal and vertical which
my own box can't.

Here some photo's during the build and finished. Feel free to
ask if you would like to know more about some details.

"Hope you like it Louise ;-) "

















8 comments:

Jim Serrett said...

Very nicely crafted, and well thought out design.

René PleinAir said...

Thank you Jim,

It was fun to experiment somewhat with defferent models of pochade. I really like the fact that the panelholder is much versatile then the pochade I use, ... and it gives a few extra cm2 extra palettespace as well.

Will said...

Beautifully made, wish I had one as well

Maike Josupeit said...

Wow, I envy Louise. Will see it in reality at Wexford. Beautyful box, you are so talented ( and a very good painter of course).

René PleinAir said...

Wow thank you all, it was great fun to experiment a bit. And I hope she's having lots of fun with it as well, it seems she does already.

lepeintreheureux said...

bonjour,
Pour finir une boite box, je cherche à me fournir de la quincaillerie sur la France cela me semble introuvable surtout le système pour tenir le couvercle ouvert en laiton et les boutons en laiton aussi.
Merci d'avance pour une réponse

Mon email est clodjean@gmail.com

René PleinAir said...

Hi Iepe,

Could you please say that again, in English?

Louise Wexford said...

I am having a great time using that pochade it comes everywhere with me !!! Its so light, portable , handy and sturdy I love it. Thank you again Rene !!