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Miscellaneous Studio Tools and Tips


Howard Lyon

I thought I'd share some tools and tips from around the studio for my post today! Let's start with OleoGel from Natural Pigments. From their website: "Oleogel is a thixotropic painting medium made with linseed oil and pyrogenic silica that adds transparency and thixotropic body to oil, resin-oil or alkyd paint." It's essentially clear oil paint. I find this really useful for a few purposes. It is a great way to take just about any…

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Artist Spotlight: Sulamith Wülfing


Cory Godbey

June 30, 2020 - by Cory Godbey Back in December of 2015 I was exhibiting at an arts and crafts fair and I got to talking to this guy who stopped by my table. After a while he asks, "Hey, have you ever heard of an artist named Sulamith Wülfing?" The question caught me a little by surprise (it's not everyday that people want to talk 20th century illustrators, let alone bring up artists I've only just recently begun to study) and I said of course and that she's become a "new" favorite of mine. In fact, I'd been introduced to her work by Sam Guay only a few months prior. Honestly, I have no idea how I'd never heard of Sulamith Wülfing before that. Her work is right up my alley. It's haunting, magical, and speaks to this delicate, graceful otherworldliness. The…

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