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Creating an encaustic look with acrylics
Mixing matte gels and mediums with paint can create the look of actual beeswax.
Controlling Acrylic Painting Time Through The Use of Mediums
The key to controlling working time in acrylics lies in the ability to control the rate of evaporation of water.
Chromatic Neutrals with QoR Watercolor
Neutral colors are those with little or no color saturation. We discuss mixing chromatic neutrals with QoR Watercolors.
Choosing Brushes for Use with OPEN Acrylics
The brush you choose can play a critical role in realizing the greatest potential of these revolutionary paints.
Blocking Support Induced Discoloration
How to prevent a particular type of discoloration that occurs in acrylics upon drying.
Backing Boards for Canvas Paintings
Backing boards are simple and wonderfully effective at protecting the condition of paintings.
A Palette of Textures
How pigments impact paint, and in particular, how they define a range of textures within the Williamsburg line.
Beauty and the Best: Wrestling with Changes in Williamsburg
Zinc Oxide – Reviewing the Research
Zinc Oxide: Warnings, Cautions, and Best Practices
The Life of Pigments in Fine Art Paints
The workhorse of our wide range of colors is the finely powdered insoluble particles known as pigment.
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