When your dad is an artist what do you give him for Father’s Day? Thousands of dad’s are creative. Some work as artist on the side while others work around the clock with a passion drawing, designing and horning their craft. The skill produces some magnificent work. At times their designs are sheer genius and we marvel at the end result.
When dad is working at his craft, he needs inspiration, protection and even peace and quiet. A studio, if he has one is the absolute best place for him to work. wWhile in his studio, dad can relax and work with his designs without interruption. Yet, the studio may just be the place that sometimes needs a little work or some updating. Even then, if dads studio is perfect per se there are other ideas we can work with to make dad Father’s Day perfect.
Air Purification Systems
Artist work with unique oils, paste, paints and many items that have a chemical base to them. Even though we love their work and the masterpieces produced can range into values reaching the millions, sometimes there is a dear price they pay. You never know the result of some of the fumes they are breathing in from the supplies used. While working with their passion, chemicals and gases from the paints and bases are being released and your dads are breathing these harmful components into their lungs. Their respiratory systems might be damaged beyond repair. Before there is more damage or even maybe before the damage occurs, protect dads system by giving him an air purifier. As he works, the system will be removing harmful chemicals from the surrounding air.
Self Portrait Mirror
Have you considered asking dad for a self portrait? If so, what is he going to use? If he has maybe considered drawing his own masterpiece of himself maybe give him a mirror for inspiration. Most artists leave a portrait of themselves behind. Van Gogh, Durer and hundreds of other famous artist drew self portraits to retain self portraits for monetary as well as trade reasons. Give dad his own Self Portrait Mirror so when he is ready, or as he wishes, he may paint his own portrait over time as often as he desires.
The easel is the one tool no artist can be without. When working outside, inside, on top of, other than brushes and paint, the easel is vital to their work. An artist without his easel is like an artist without paint. So when the easel has to be moved and switched and changed around, it can complicate matters. Why not give dad an easel that can be easily moved without any complications. Just take one finger and guide this Revolving Easel in any direction desired. When on land or asphalt, a Revolving Easel can make an artist work so much easier and even more satisfying.
When dad is an artist, help him work his craft with a little complication as possible. Who knows, maybe one of his paintings may just be the one that makes him famous and your family millions.