You can go to any Gallery, or you can let this one-of-a-kind Mobile Gallery come to you.
This Mobile Gallery Display System can come to your Home, Office, or Business.
When you are investing in Fine Art Paintings, the best way to see the art is when you can see the painting, on the wall, in the location you’re thinking about.
1. Call Artist Directly (602) 980-9606
2. Schedule a Time and Place.
3. Pick your Favorite Pieces out of the collection and then go look at them in the location you’re thinking about.
Commission pieces are always welcome. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, I’m positive I could create a one-of-a-kind commission piece to complement your surroundings.
Here’s how it works at Art Shows and Events when I set up a display.
Tools needed: (1) Wrench & (1) Remote Control
This Mobile Gallery Display System has a Round Tube Telescopic and Swivel Load Stabilizer System I designed for safety and stability. This system easily transports (2) 7ft high x 5ft wide x 2ft deep Fine Art Storage Units. Each unit is completely waterproof and insulated with carpet flooring, dead bolt locks at both ends and they ride on 4 inch rolling casters with brakes. These two storage units hold (20) 5ft x 4ft paintings, (4) two sided rotating displays, (6) halogen lights, (1) directors chair, (6) extension cords, all equipment, including (2) ramps and (2) tool boxes.
The wench mounted in the bed of the truck works with (1) remote control which allows one person to wench the two walls up the ramps and into the truck – the round tube Swivel and Telescopic Load Stabilizer bars telescope up – swivel around – come down and lock down over 6 points on top of the units using (1 ) Wrench. When ready to unload – reverse the process – unlock load stabilizer bars – wench walls down ramps – roll walls into place, unload art and equipment from walls, set up rotating displays and create a professional looking 10 x 10 or 10 x 20 booth or display in under an hour.
The large images on the side of each wall were printed on Vinyl (like you see on city buses) then applied to the wall. A switch inside the cab of the truck controls the lights in the bed of the truck that light the images during night time transport. Creating a Mobile Billboard.
Fully loaded, the MGDS is extremely safe, makes no noise and rides smooth down the road. The entire system looks and works just like I pictured it in my head.
This is exactly what I’m talking about when I say, “I enjoy the entire creative process. Creativity has been my passion for as long as I can remember. It’s the challenge of the creative process that interests me the most. Bringing ideas from mind to reality and the journey from beginning to end is a beautiful process. It doesn’t matter to me what it is, as long as it allows me to imagine and explore the possibilities of bringing something new to the table.”
A little Factoid on how the MGDS came to life.
Before the MGDS was a van that I used to take my art and display from show to show. I always put my paintings inside the van and the pro panels and sculpture stands on top. Like most people I would hook heavy duty ratchet straps on to the luggage rack rails on one side and the other side and then tighten down the load. I used not one, not two, but three heavy duty ratchet straps. I would check the load every hour or so when traveling long distances.
The last time I used this transport system was when I left a show in Palm Springs to return home to Arizona. A couple hours east of Palm Springs on the side of the 10 Freeway is the burial grounds of a load that was once strapped down and riding on the top of my van. It wasn’t the straps, it wasn’t that they weren’t tight, it was the luggage rack rails that gave out and broke. At the time it happen you would think I would have been upset that I just lost my whole display system. No, No, No, Not at all. As a matter of fact it was one of the best moments in my life. Why? Because the load that was once on top of my van, wasn’t through the front windshield of the cars behind me. No one got hurt, no cars were damaged. The large semi trucks that followed must have obliterated my load and moved everything off to the side of the road, in the grass, in so many little pieces I couldn’t even find them. To be honest I looked, but with the traffic flying by at those speeds it was much to dangerous to spend any amount of time finding pieces of a display that could no longer be used. Once I got back in my van I took a deep breath, and once I realized what had just happened, I was amazingly happy that no one got hurt and I didn’t cause a major accident.
The best thing that happened for the rest of the journey home and days after was lots and lots of thinking and imagination working at it’s best. Transporting me, my paintings, and display in a new safe, secure, innovative way was the only thing on my mind.
This MGDS is the end result of what a mind can do when it takes control of the creative process.