After a long and arduous search, I have landed in a shared studio space back in my old neighborhood, JP (that’s Jamaica Plain for you non-Boston folks). It’s an old barn just behind the Sam Adams Brewery. With two floors, I mainly work downstairs, on the “dirty” level, as upstairs is more computer, video, hoola-hoop and sketching magic space.
Finally I was ready to construct my raise-able drying line. In consultation with Chris Ortiz, Simon Camp, Doug Hull and a useless teenage boy employee at Home Depot, I started to build my design. Really, my “consultations” were my attempt to get them to tell me my pulley design would raise my drying line up evenly with only one rope.
Viola! It mostly works just the way I planned.