Monthly Archives: November 2012

Monkey Business – Part 2

Several of us got into the swing of painting monkeys.  Anne of the Townhouse (AOT) created a large fellow, dabbing with a short scruffy old oil painting brush to build up his furry limbs.  Audrey reports she went home and … Continue reading

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The un-named treasure: rice glue

Once you have created a few compositions worthy of keeping, the challenge of how to prepare the art for longevity arises.  The solution fortunately is rather simple—glue.  And homemade rice glue can be every much as effective as a purchased … Continue reading

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