The Rue Wall Easel is the Space Saving Easel for any Home, Studio or Dorm

Make Any Space A Painting Space

Are you an artist with a small working space? Can't find enough room in your studio, dorm, office or home for the paintings that are burning up with creativity inside of you, ready to be released? Well, Jerry's Artarama now has the perfect answer to your tight-space problems.

The new hanging Rue Wall Easel is the perfect answer for any artists looking for a stylish easel that barely takes up any space. It actually requires zero floor space and is incredibly easy to set up when its time to paint or create. Then when you finish your paintings, you can actually display it right on the easel, no frames required. You wont find a more stylish wall easel out there because the Rue Wall Easel is crafted from beautiful hardwoods and features all brass hardware. They look great in any art gallery too.

This easel is highly adjustable to meet all of your needs. It can hang flush against the wall or pull all the way out to a seventy degree angle. It is also height adjustable so that there is a wide range of heights to work from. And every adjustment is easy with turnable knobs that will hold your canvas at any height. And the easel even has room to mount an easel lamp for better lighting during the creative process or for highlighting your displayed work.


These convenient easels come in 3 great sizes:

  • The 24" wide, small Rue Easel holds canvases up to 34" tall and weighs only 19 lbs. 
  • The 32" wide, medium Rue Easel holds canvases up to 34" tall and weighs only 26 lbs.
  • The 48" wide, large Rue Easel holds canvases up to 52" tall and only weighs 38". 
  • The brass poles are interchangeable if you need something even bigger or smaller!

What Real Artists Are Saying

But don't just take our word for how great these easels are for saving space or working on. The reviews are already coming in and people love the Rue Easel. Check out this review from one of our customers:

The Creators

 Want to meet the brilliant minds behind the Rue Wall Easel, check out this quick video from creators James Rue and Carolyn Ann Crocker.


 The Rue Wall Easel really is an art innovation that can save you precious space in your small apartment, dorm, studio or living space. Try one today and check out our Rue Wall Easel.




Best Dog Art

Celebrating Man's Best Friend

Dogs have long been an inspiration for men, whether its in terms of survival in books like Call of the Wild and White Fang or more as a sign of comfort and companionship like in Marmaduke or Hachi. To dog owners, there is nothing like the companionship or love or loyalty that a dog can provide and artists such as Pablo Picasso and Norman Rockwell knew that. To celebrate this bond between man and beast, here are some of the best examples of art celebrating man's best friend.

1. Pablo Picasso- "Dog" Line Drawing

2. Norman Rockwell- "Boy and Girl Gazing at the Moon"


3. Andy Warhol- "Dachshund Print"



4.  George Rodrigue-  "Blue Dogs"

5. Jim Killen- Portraits of Sporting Dogs


6. Gail Kelley- Good Dog Art


7. John Silver- "The Last Biscuit"


8. Pierre-Auguste Renoir- "Madame Renoir with a Dog"


9. Edouard Manet- "A King Charles Spaniel"


10. Cassius Coolidge- "Waterloo"

Who is your favorite dog artist? Let us know in the comments below!


25 More Perfect Reasons Why Being an Artist is the Best

 When 25 Reasons Just Arent Enough

We all know that being an artist is the best and we released an article awhile ago called 25 Perfect Reasons Why Being an Artist is the Best. That list barely scratched the surface and like a good painting, theres layers to everything that is great about being an artist. So here are a few more reasons why being an artist is the best:

25. Creating art that makes YOU happy.

24. Being able to say whatever you want without caring what anyone else thinks. No filters.

23. Getting out and creating art outside of your studio. Art is everywhere.

22. Having someone commission you to do something you love and have them take an interest in your art.

21. Seeing the world through a lens where the world is your canvas.

20. Displaying your work anywhere public.

19. That sunny day that makes you want to take your easel or sketchbook outside to create.

18. That cold, rainy day where you need nothing more than to be in your warm studio.

17. Knowing that you're taking place in a creative process that started as early as the earliest man and cave paintings. 

16. Finding just the right music that flows with your creativity just the right way at the just the right time.

15. Creating something that will outlast you and continue to make people happy after you're gone.

14. Having other creative types agree that your work is perfect and there's not one thing they would change about your piece.

13. Figuring out exactly what your painting/ sculpture/ sketch needs after a long period of artist's block.

12. Finishing a particularly difficult piece and the sense of accomplishment with finishing something you wrestled with.

11. Meeting other people who share your love for your art form.

10. Finding a mentor who can open up new avenues for you to improve your art.

9.   Performance art that makes people give you that "What the ****" look.

8.  Finding better brushes, paints and supplies that make you wonder why you never used this in the first place.

7.  Being consumed by visions that you can bring to life visually.

6.  Receiving any kind of award for your art.

5.  Knowing its all about the "sturm und drang".

4.  Finding a group of other artists that can critique your work and add value to  your craft.

3.  Finding sense in the odd hours your work calls you to.

2.  Knowing that any part of our conscious or uncouscious world affects your art and it will show up on way or another

1.  Knowing that your art is yours and it only needs to please you.

Did we get everything this time? What is your favorite reason for being an artist?

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