What canvas works best for folk art with different textures such as shingles and outdoor carpet?
What would make the best canvas for a folk art piece that will feature many different materials? Included in this creation will be shingles, outdoor carpet, and possibly other materials. I assume the different attachments will be applied with glue so what would make the best canvas? I have seen plywood used as a canvas in some folk art in a local gallery, but that seems a bit too primitive.
Well your prior answer was almost correct but not quite.
You can use tough canvas tarps if you like the service and they take glue well, but stretch it over a piece of plywood for added support. Also don’t get a 12 or 15 once one because they are too light. 17oz ones are great.
here is a good source for you: http://www.wholesaletarp.net
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