Wednesday, 29 June 2011 11:36

Painting Tips: the Paper Towel Secret

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George Strickland with a roll of paper towels under his arm George Strickland with a roll of paper towels under his arm
What’s the biggest secret to success among top plein air painters? Based on the mountains of empirical evidence we collected, the secret is to carry a roll of paper towels under one’s free arm. Don’t believe us? Just look at how many of the most successful artists apply that technique while working on location.

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Nancy Bush


Does it help them maintain balance? Does it prepare them for cleaning brushes or wiping mistakes off the canvas? Or does it eliminate body odors that might offend collectors? More research is needed, so please share any evidence you have collected.

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Mark Brown

 

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Jill Carver

 

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John Cosby

 

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Randall Sexton

 

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Dan Schultz

 

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Bryan Mark Taylor


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