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Planning a Painting Tour Vehicle Internal Lighting

Reg has installed a 12-volt chargeable battery run, bright LED light in the inside cabin of our ‘troopy’, car and I have a 240-volt florescent light fitting mounted high on the cargo barrier behind the driver’s seat.

In the cabin, of the troop carrier, we have removed the eleven passenger seats to make a small room, and I have mounted a table across at the back, tied to the cargo barrier.
Underneath this, I will have plastic lightweight drawers containing my oil painter’s art studio equipment.

I have removed the comfortable seat, and back from a conventional swivel stool we found at the tip shop, and I place this on top of a plastic crate, which doubles as storage and the base for a comfortable seat.

Can you tell, how eager I am for our next painting and writing, tour?

Safety note:
I do not use thinners or flammable liquids when oil painting or cleaning brushes so no dangerous materials are carried in the car.

I travel extensively to draw inspiration for my paintings and writing from life experience.
You will discover my Australian rural-lit novels at

​Ryn Shell.