Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Partners with real passion!


Good business is all about teamwork and lots of positive outcomes are the result of working with professional people you can trust. 

As an artist working 'on' a paper you can trust is also vital. The paper you choose has a hugh effect on your final work. By choosing a top quality paper (and not necessarily an expensive one), you are assured from the start that everything possible has been done for you by the mill to give you the best possible start.

This is exactly what Hahnemühle have done by creating their amazing papers I road tested for 'The Artist' magazine recently (for whom I'm proud to write for and contribute to this exceptional, informative art magazine on a regular basis).

Founded in 1584 Hahnemühle is the oldest German paper makers manufacturing papers for traditional and digital artists as well as industrial papers. The ethos of this pro-active company is close cooperation with national and international partners to enable the transformation of extensive research into results creating new and exciting papers for today's artists to paint upon.

The mill produces lots of different top quality papers  for different artists at different skill levels to really enjoy their painting. I most certainly did when road testing  their 300 gsm matt and rough papers, the really strong and robust 'Andalucia' 500gsm matt and rough papers, as well as several other impressive papers. 

To see the paintings created on these responsive papers and read the full review, the October issue of 'The Artist' magazine is out now! 

So grab yourself a copy whilst stocks last - available from most leading newsagents of visit www.painters-online.co.uk to order your copy directly.

Hahnemühle really have created some great papers! All the paintings I featured in 'The Artist' magazine within the article created on their papers are now ready for exhibition. 

Yes, the papers are that good!

Here is one of them...



Moorland textures 
Mixed media work using acrylic, gesso and pumice on Britannia 300gm 140lb matt 
30 x 40 cm 11.8 x 15.7 inch block pad. 
Available

To discover more about Hahnemühle and to see their full range of papers for all sorts of different artists visit http://www.hahnemuehle.com/en/company.html

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