|Ruth Hager in her studio. (Julianne Crane)|
Four of the five artists profiled are women: Photographer Ruth Hager of Michigan, animal and nature painter Skye Sutherland of Connecticut, watercolorist Mari Anne Figgins of Spokane, Wash., and crafter Karen Pugh of Ohio. (The fifth artist featured is writer Terry Hager, Ruth's husband.)
|Skye Sutherland of Connecticut and Zackary.|
Every day painters, photographers and writers discover the freedom of traveling in an RV and creating art without giving up the comforts of home.
Ever-expanding wireless technology guarantees that no matter how far one travels, it is increasingly possible to stay in touch with clients, dealers and publishers.
Thanks to smart phones and social media, untold thousands of artists use recreation vehicles as their studios on wheels.
|Mari Anne Figgins (Julianne Crane)|
+ Painter Skye Sutherland and her 85-pound rescue sidekick, Zackary, have lived full-time in a 21-foot 2008 Flagstaff Micro Lite travel trailer for two years. Her dinette table doubles as her studio. To read more about animal and nature painter Skye Sutherland of Connecticut click here.
+ Veteran of more than three decades as a fine art watercolorist, Mari Anne Figgins is a 'newbie' RVer. This summer she is embarking on her first cross-country RV trip to visit family and show her work at an arts festival in Michigan. To read more about realistic painter Mari Anne Figgins of Spokane, Wash., click here.
|Karen Pugh of K P Dreams in Ohio|
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