What a cool book - and in the public domain! Wow! Thanks so much for posting it. Lovely to read such an early marbling resource.
Sister Bay, WI
Liberty Grove Paper Arts
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- Fri May 10, 2019 3:14 am
- Forum: Fabric Marbling
- Topic: Troublingshooting questions
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I use Galen Berry's paints, https://marbleart.us/, for marbling on silk scarves. The only way to thicken the paint is to add more pigment in my experience. I also use Utrecht paints thinned with distilled water, which also works well. What are you using to mix your carrageenan? Often the minerals in...
- Fri May 10, 2019 3:01 am
- Forum: Acrylic Marbling
- Topic: Grainy paints / What do you use?
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I use Galen Berry's Marbling paints and have had excellent luck with them. At times they have crazed but that is very rare and usually only after they have been contaminated by being left open or mixed with tap water which contains minerals, etc. his website is https://marbleart.us/. I have just sta...
I have found that inexpensive construction paper from WalMart, while curling a bit, works well for experimenting with colored papers. My go to paper is Texoprint which I purchase from Galen Berry, .https://marbleart.us. The price is not bad at 25-35 cents per sheet and the quality is excellent. I us...
Hello, John! I first marbled in the 1978, back when Irish Moss was boiled and filtered, a very messy business. About ten years ago I formed a business, Liberty Grove Paper Arts, in Sister Bay, Wisconsin, USA, using my marbled papers for making boxes, binding books, and origami. I teach marbling thro...