Well after an interesting weekend of snow and ice out here.. and after spending two weeks with my parents (one week at Seaside, and one week at their home); I am glad to be back home got the Singer machine fixed, and while waiting on replacement of orange box, decided to modify a couple make-up cases into bike panniers;
also started a trailer build with wheelchair wheels and a lounger chair frame that I took apart; obviously the next step is a hitch and a way to keep the suitcase down; probably bungee cords or cargo net
make up cases into bike panniers with the current rack; rack is too short for the orange buckets. the cases have stiff panels on backs and fronts and bottoms, no fasteners for the flaps yet, they can hold 2 1 gallon water bottle, so that gives one an idea how big they are..
frame on its own; I probably will make a deck to go on there out of wood or make a cargo net sort of thing with straps
as for the art piece; I scored this Patrick Nagel Serigraph from a thrift store! It is 38×38 on the frame size; and it is Commemorative Serigraph #14 I think; with the text/top/bottom boxes blocked off by the Mat Board; and one of the local art galleries/framing shop have authenticated the Serigraph as being the real deal, not just a poster made on poster stock, and informed me that I made a good deal on it with the good frame and reputable framing shop.
on the wall in the hall
the back of the piece