When taking a botanical art class your teacher will often recommend a paper suitable for the medium being used—one that will achieve the best results. Sometimes it will depend upon the class skill levels. Like all things, personal experience comes into play, and experimenting can be fun. I’m no expert, but it would seem that […]

Nowadays submissions to exhibitions are done online, usually by email with a digital image of your work attached. I’m recommending that the image should be a high-quality scan. If you don’t have your own scanner, you should engage the services of a good imaging service to scan your work. This isn’t always easy. I’ve struggled […]

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