Stonehenge

Stonehenge Oil Paper Sheet - 22" x 30"

Regular price
$11.20
Regular price
$0.00 $0.00
Sale price
$11.20
Stonehenge Oil Paper Sheet - 22" x 30"
Stonehenge Oil Paper Sheet - 22" x 30"

Stonehenge

Stonehenge Oil Paper Sheet - 22" x 30"

Regular price
$11.20
Regular price
$0.00 $0.00
Sale price
$11.20
Available For Delivery: (11 available)
In-Store Availability:
  • Coquitlam (73 available)
  • Downtown Vancouver (6 available)
  • Granville Island (3 available)
  • Kelowna (15 available)
  • Langley (63 available)
  • North Vancouver (15 available)
  • Victoria (14 available)

Artist tested and artist beloved, Stonehenge Oil doesn't just do what a canvas can do. It allows you to do so much more and to do it without the need for primer or gesso (That's right: Zero prep required).

Achieve smooth gradations and transitions unlike any other oil paint paper. Build and build without worrying about ghosting or bleed-through. Develop textures to your heart's content. Mount under glass or without. It doesn't matter.

Stonehenge Oil is light, durable 100% cotton that welcomes layers and layers of brushwork while retaining every detail.

Specifications:

  • 100% cotton
  • Neutral pH
  • Acid-free
  • 320gsm/140lb
  • No deckles
  • No Gesso prep required

Applications:Oil paint, oil pastel, oil sticks, acrylic, coloured pencil, graphite pencil.

Sheets of 22" x 30" paper.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
D.
Very interesting almost velvety texture

I've been playing around with this Stonehenge oil paper, and I quite like it. It's got almost a velvety texture once you start painting in oils on it, it feels quite luxurious to paint on. I did experiment with putting one layer of gesso on as I sometimes like to do a sgraffito effect, and it works better with this paper with one layer of gesso rather than the bare paper. But it's great at not leaking mediums to the other side, I painted a section with medium before laying down my paints, and it didn't soak through to the back like one type of canvas paper I tried has. The medium does feel like it absorbs into the surface a bit rather than purely sit on top, but there was no staining on the back of the paper from it coming through, and the paint behaved really well on the surface.