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Last weekend, I had the opportunity to tour the studios of two very good local artists. One worked in acrylics, the other in traditional oils. Both do BIG paintings. The traditional oil painter had big open studio room, in her house, not far from th
Found this the other week, Traditional NZ, only lightly impressed Neat jar though
Thought I would post this question simply because I am both curious and it may have not been asked already. My question is that after working with wso oils; would you go back to using traditional oil; why and why not?