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Re: [BKARTS] OT - Whitewash



Ginger,

A lot depends upon the artist's choice of binder.  Your essential
whitewash is lime and water, brushed on.

Without a good binder, it will simply powder off in time.

Jack

>Hello,
>
>Off topic, but just wondering -
>
>I recently took a class with a man who uses whitewash on paper
>in his artwork. I like the look of it very much. Being that it is
>basically lime,
>I guess it wouldn't be acidic,
>but does anyone know how this might stand the test of  time??
>Thanks.
>
>Ginger Meidel
>St. Petersburg, FL
>(mostly calligrapher, also loves books)

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