Preparing the Canvas for a Masterpiece

Debbie The Heart Artist Opening up Jerry's Artarama art supplies.JPGI love this process, some may consider it grunt work, but what I love about it mostly is that it is my way of taking over the canvas and becoming one with it. Yay maybe this sounds like hippy talk, but look at it this way, I AM AN ARTIST, taking over the canvas as my own energy is a primary step in creating the positive energy work that I do.
Using Jerry’s Artarama “World’s Greatest Gesso” OMG I LOVE IT!
I love the way it feels, I love the constancy of it.
You see I sand and gesso my canvas about 3 to four times. It pretty much takes a day or two to get it done. I like a very soft feel for my canvases when I am painting the delicacy of the flowers. So it is important to me that the gesso does it job. Well This one DOES!I have now used it on 30 canvases and it is THE BEST ! It is the only one I will use!
Thank you Jerry’s Artarma!

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To find out more about Debbie Arambula visit: www.theheartartist.com

ABOUT JERRY’S ARTARAMA:
Jerry’s Artarama was founded in 1968 when Jerry Goldstein opened his own art supplies and materials store in Long Island, N.Y., introducing discount pricing to budding and established artists. Jerry believed in treating customers like family, a tradition that still continues. Today, Jerry’s offers more than 70,000 top-quality art materials at direct savings – as much as 75 percent off traditional retail on products from the industry’s top art manufacturers, as well as Jerry’s own exclusive product lines via an online retail store, art supply catalog, and Jerry’s Artarama Superstores. In addition, Jerry’s Artarama serves as an artist resource by providing instructional workshops; new art supply demos; and special art-related events, including the Art of the Carolinas Tradeshow, an annual event held in Raleigh, N.C., Jerry’s Artarama’s corporate headquarters. For additional information about The Worlds Greatest Gesso, please visit:www.Jerry’sArtarama.com

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