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    Question asked 2020-02-06 10:57:55 ... Most recent comment 2020-02-06 15:54:19
    Acrylic Grounds / Priming Oil Paint Rigid Supports Sizes and Adhesives Watercolor
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    ​1. When painting with acrylic followed by oils on wood panel 

    (specifically birch veneer) is it best to seal the wood first with acrylic primer such as kilz followed by gesso?

    2. When stretching canvas over wood panel is it best to prime the wood panel first, then stretch followed by gesso?

    3. If glueing canvas to panel, prime first? What glue is best to adhere canvas to panel? 

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  • EditDeleteModerator Answer

    ​Hi

    You can find answers to these questions in our "Resources" section

    https://www.artcons.udel.edu/mitra/resources

    Brian Baade
    2020-02-06 15:54:19

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