I would echo other commenters warnings to avoid copying other people's art without permission--that violates copywriter law.
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|3/6/14 01:55 AM|
For people considering originals vs prints, one major difference is the texture. Knife paintings and many layered poured acrylic paintings are much nicer than flattened prints of them.
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|3/6/14 01:14 AM|
As a painter, I have a few tips for leaning original artwork more safely. 1.) Avoid leaning acrylic paintings against each other. Even when protected by varnish, acrylic can stick to acrylic--especially in warmer weather. 2) if you plan to lean a larger canvas, use one with deeper stretcher bars, preferably braced in the back. Thinner wood can warp over time. I like Elaine's ideas about tabletop easels for smaller art.
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|2/19/14 01:40 AM|