Wiley's Art Table Part 2

"I never dreamed that my art table would become a work of art. My mom bought me a standard light gray folding table around 2009-2010 when I began painting as a hobby. She suggested that I place my little 8"x10" canvases on newspaper to keep the table clean. It didn't take me long to get tired of using paper that became stuck to the back of my dried canvases, so I ended up with little lines of dried paint on my table that were too much trouble to remove. The lines of my paint drips became longer, totally covering the width of the table as I graduated to larger and larger canvases. I always carried this table to art sales opportunities even though I have a second "clean" table. It has gotten to the point that people who know me could see my table without me and know that I must be there somewhere. An artist at one of these events suggested that I photograph the table to make prints. I never got around to doing that but thought that was a great idea. It was a no-brainer to submit this image to ArtLifting who can enlarge this image beyond my imagination. The 72"long table folds up into 2 halves which are 29"W and 36"L. It's interesting to me that one part of the table has lighter colors than the other side. I think of this unplanned image as a synopsis of my development as an artist."

- Wiley Johnson

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