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Weekly BobBlast #72
"How to Use a Canvas and Glue to Mount a Painting" VIDEO

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Dear Artist,
Mounting a Watercolor Paper Painting onto a Canvas

Here's another BobBlast Studio Tip!

Framing watercolor paintings can be expensive - Properly framed, they look great, right?

I accumulate many paintings starting as warm up sketches or demos during my workshops and travels. But - framing can be a big expense for me so I decided to present my paintings as did early Egyptian art work... painted paper glued onto wooden panel. So, it's not a new idea.

Using acrylic gel medium as your adhesive, mount the artwork into a canvas or wooden panel. No framing, mats or glass. Plus I like the contemporary presentation!

To see how I do this click on the link below.

Go to my website www.RobertBurridge.com for more stuff that I do!

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"How to Use a Canvas and Glue to Mount a Painting" video.

BobBlast #72 How to Use a Canvas and Glue to Mount a Painting

Love, Peace & Happiness,
Robert Burridge
www.RobertBurridge.com
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Bob Demonstrating how to Mount Paper onto a Canvas
video run time 5 minutes, 4 seconds

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