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  • What weight of watercolour paper is best?
    140lb or 300gsm or above does not need stretching Of course if you do apply a lot of water whilst painting you will need to stretch the paper first or use a heavier weight Unfortunately this is a much general guidance as is possible you may find that trial and error is the only way to ensure you find the right weight of paper for your individual technique Last Updated Saturday 18 July 2009 14 08 South West Art Home Online Shop Exhibitions Events Workshops Courses F A Q Environmental Policy Delivery Information Newsletters Colour Charts Blogs Gallery View the Gallery South West Art Gallery Ben Hughes Favell Bevan Arti Hannah Twine Louise Bougourd Lynsey Pickwell Matt Culmer Neil Cox Ray Balkwill SWAc Robert Crisp Stephen Brown RBA SWA Charity OPEN10 Exhibition Login Form Username Password Forgot your password Create an account Store Categories Paints Pastels Oils Mediums Varnishes Brushes Art Paper Pads Pencils Drawing Media Canvases Art Accessories Easels and Art Boxes Instructional Art Books Printmaking Materials FIMO Soft Schmincke Dry Pigments 100ml Schmincke Colour Binder By Manufacturer Art Spectrum Daler Rowney Daniel Smith Derwent Edding Golden Loxley Old Holland Others ProArte Sennelier Unison Soft Pastels Winsor Newton Latest

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  • Can I use Oil Colours without the strong smells?
    to Turpentine available Winsor Newton s Sansador is very popular and a there is also a product called Zest It which is make entirely from natural substances and as the name would suggest has a light citrus odour Secondly use could use the Artisan Water Mixable Oil Colour range which removes the need for solvents altogether Last Updated Saturday 18 July 2009 14 35 South West Art Home Online Shop Exhibitions Events Workshops Courses F A Q Environmental Policy Delivery Information Newsletters Colour Charts Blogs Gallery View the Gallery South West Art Gallery Ben Hughes Favell Bevan Arti Hannah Twine Louise Bougourd Lynsey Pickwell Matt Culmer Neil Cox Ray Balkwill SWAc Robert Crisp Stephen Brown RBA SWA Charity OPEN10 Exhibition Login Form Username Password Forgot your password Create an account Store Categories Paints Pastels Oils Mediums Varnishes Brushes Art Paper Pads Pencils Drawing Media Canvases Art Accessories Easels and Art Boxes Instructional Art Books Printmaking Materials FIMO Soft Schmincke Dry Pigments 100ml Schmincke Colour Binder By Manufacturer Art Spectrum Daler Rowney Daniel Smith Derwent Edding Golden Loxley Old Holland Others ProArte Sennelier Unison Soft Pastels Winsor Newton Latest Offers 50 OFF ALL STRETCHED CANVASES MASSIVE SAVINGS ON ALL WATERCOLOUR SETS

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  • F.A.Q
    or even that a better alternative has been found for the original substance For instance in student ranges you will notice that most Cadmium colours are Cadmium Yellow Hue or Cadmium Red Hue This is due to the high cost of sourcing refining and processing the pure Cadmium pigments therefore a suitable alternative chemical pigment has been used which is cheaper and this is indicated by the word Hue Last Updated Saturday 18 July 2009 13 31 What weight of watercolour paper is best Saturday 18 July 2009 00 00 Lynsey Brennan The weight of watercolour paper you need depends largely on your painting technique i e how much water you apply However a general guide to use is that 140lb or 300gsm or above does not need stretching Of course if you do apply a lot of water whilst painting you will need to stretch the paper first or use a heavier weight Unfortunately this is a much general guidance as is possible you may find that trial and error is the only way to ensure you find the right weight of paper for your individual technique Last Updated Saturday 18 July 2009 14 08 Can I use Oil Colours without the strong smells Thursday 05 October 2006 01 11 Absolutely There are two alternatives to solve this problem Firstly there are low odour alternatives to Turpentine available Winsor Newton s Sansador is very popular and a there is also a product called Zest It which is make entirely from natural substances and as the name would suggest has a light citrus odour Secondly use could use the Artisan Water Mixable Oil Colour range which removes the need for solvents altogether Last Updated Saturday 18 July 2009 14 35 Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 2 of 2

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  • Delivery Information
    not apply to items from the gallery In fact where possible we recommend not sending pictures by courier service unless no alternative arrangements can be made Where a courier is used we will supply the tracking number to you personally so that you can track the delivery of your order Where Royal Mail is used we will be aware of lost or non delivered items and will advise and or

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  • Downloads | Newsletters
    Download View Details Spring 2010 hot 02 26 2010 Hits 2008 Download View Details Spring 2009 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 2889 Download View Details Spring 2008 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 1484 Download View Details Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 1 of 2 South West Art Home Online Shop Exhibitions Events Workshops Courses F A Q Environmental Policy Delivery Information Newsletters Colour Charts Blogs Gallery View the

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  • Downloads | Newsletters
    Download View Details Summer 2008 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 2882 Download View Details Winter 2008 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 2724 Download View Details Spring 2010 hot 02 26 2010 Hits 2008 Download View Details Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 1 of 2 South West Art Home Online Shop Exhibitions Events Workshops Courses F A Q Environmental Policy Delivery Information Newsletters Colour Charts Blogs Gallery View the

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    Download View Details Autumn 2008 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 3346 Download View Details Winter 2008 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 2724 Download View Details Spring 2009 hot 07 21 2009 Hits 2889 Download View Details Start Prev 1 2 Next End Page 1 of 2 South West Art Home Online Shop Exhibitions Events Workshops Courses F A Q Environmental Policy Delivery Information Newsletters Colour Charts Blogs Gallery View the

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  • Document Details | Spring 2010
    application pdf Creator lynsey Created On 02 26 2010 16 17 Viewers Everybody Maintained by Editor Hits 2010 Hits Last updated on 02 26 2010 16 17 Homepage CRC Checksum MD5 Checksum Download View Back South West Art Home Online Shop Exhibitions Events Workshops Courses F A Q Environmental Policy Delivery Information Newsletters Colour Charts Blogs Gallery View the Gallery South West Art Gallery Ben Hughes Favell Bevan Arti Hannah

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