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Old 09-18-2004, 05:37 PM
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Question Lots of questions...

I recently purchased some Daler-Rowney System 3 110 lb acrylic painting paper. Being very new to painting, I am not sure if this needs to be mounted on something or if I can just paint on this and even eventually sell my work on this stuff without mounting it.

If it needs to be mounted, do you mount before or after you paint? Is it okay to mount it on masonite? What type of glue or spray would you recommend for the mounting? Is a piece worth more if the paper is mounted on an inflexible board than if it is still just on the paper?

What other papers would you recommend for acrylic paintings?

Thanks for your thoughts on this. Looking forward to your responses.


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