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Designed with your comfort in mind!

Working at an easel for a long time can be uncomfortable, and it’s easy to become restless and stop painting. We’ve designed the SoHo Pro Easel H-Frame Easel so that you can comfortably sit or stand while painting. This premium hardwood easel is beautifully finished in a rich mahogany stain and has not two but three canvas holders! The top and middle canvas supports have turn knobs so you can quickly change the position of your canvas. Our patented canvas holders have a unique V design with stepped slots that can hold almost any panel or canvas depth. The stair-stepped design allows you to paint on a thin ⅛" panel all the way up to a 3" deep canvas. The included removable wood pegs can be used to paint your canvas edge-to-edge.

Key Features:
  • Elegant mahogany finish
  • Normal height 80" high (6' 8")
  • Maximum height 100" high (8' 4")
  • Holds canvases up to 64" high and any reasonable width
  • An easy-to-use crank system and 3 canvas holders
  • Made out of furniture-grade lumber
  • Removable wood pegs for edge-to-edge painting
  • Turn knobs lock the canvas into place
  • Weighs 45lbs
  • 27" × 25" footprint
  • Four casters (two with locks)
  • Easy to maneuver and fit into tight spaces
Perfect For:
  • Creating and displaying large works of art
  • Oil, acrylic, and pastel artists
  • Quick and easy canvas setup
  • Painting on a thin 1/8" panel all the way up to a 3" deep canvas
  • Working seated or standing up
  • Artists wanting to invest in an easel for long-time use
  • Large-scale and rigorous painters
  • Tilting backward or forward to avoid glare

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Designed with your comfort in mind!

Working at an easel for a long time can be uncomfortable, and it’s easy to become restless and stop painting. We’ve designed the SoHo Pro Easel so that you can comfortably sit or stand while painting. When you get tired of sitting, you can switch to standing and vice versa. The top and middle canvas supports have turn knobs so you can set the position of your canvas. Then use the smooth crank system on the bottom canvas holder to adjust the overall position up or down. The crank handle is so easy to turn it will not tire you out.

Move Your Canvas Up or Down with the Turn of a Crank!

Our patented canvas holders have a unique V-shaped design with stepped slots that can hold almost any panel or canvas depth. The stair-stepped holder allows you to paint on a thin ⅛" panel all the way up to a 3" deep canvas. You can use the included removable metal screw-on spacers when you want to paint edge-to-edge. This easel accommodates a full range of backward and forward tilting angles and is perfect for pastel painting.

The SoHo Pro easel has a compact 27" × 25" footprint that is easy to maneuver even in tight spaces. You can easily roll the easel around your studio with the four caster wheels. The two front wheels have a locking mechanism, and each caster has a stabilizing screw to prevent movement while painting.

Key Features:
  • Elegant mahogany finish
  • Normal height 80" high (6' 8")
  • Maximum height 100" high (8' 4")
  • Holds canvases up to 64" high and any reasonable width
  • An easy-to-use crank system and 3 canvas holders
  • Made out of furniture-grade lumber
  • Removable wood pegs for edge-to-edge painting
  • Turn knobs lock the canvas into place
  • Weighs 45lbs
  • 27" × 25" footprint
  • Four casters (two with locks)
  • Easy to maneuver and fit into tight spaces
Perfect For:
  • Creating and displaying large works of art
  • Oil, acrylic, and pastel artists
  • Quick and easy canvas setup
  • Painting on a thin 1/8" panel all the way up to a 3" deep canvas
  • Working seated or standing up
  • Artists wanting to invest in an easel for long-time use
  • Large-scale and rigorous painters
  • Tilting backward or forward to avoid glare

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