How to Mount Paper To Canvas
Working on paper? Here's a great way to present it without framing costs!
In this short course, I will show you how to easily mount watercolors, monoprints and other types of work on paper to canvas.
Why would you want to do this?
First, because it saves you a ton of money in framing costs. Oh yeah!
And secondly, it takes what was a "work on paper" and makes it a "work on canvas."
Typically, works on canvas sell for more than works on paper. See where I'm going with this?
So sit back and enjoy this video and worksheet.
I’ve been a working artist in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years. For the past 17 years I’ve been an educational consultant for Golden Artist Colors, my favorite paint. In that capacity I lecture and teach extensively throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond - including students from all over the world!
I have a BFA and an MA in painting as well as extensive training in printmaking.
My studio is in the old Naval Shipyard in San Francisco, home to the largest artist colony in the United States.
My book "Acrylic Painting with Passion", published by Northlight Publishers, is widely available. I also wrote a column for "Acrylic Artist" Magazine for two years.
For the past 25 plus years, I've been teaching art to people just like you. I know how hard it is to carve out time to create. I also know how satisfying it is, once you do it.
Get started in one of my online courses and feel your creativity soar!