By Eden Gallery,
Posted Aug 09, 2021 ,
In Painting, Art Blog, Angelo Accardi, Yoel Benharrouche
Artists and acrylic painting collectors alike all need to store their paintings at some point. Read these tips before stashing away your precious art pieces to ensure your paintings are safely stored.
If you want to store finished and dried out acrylic paintings quickly, then here are a few tips to follow:
If storing and preserving your fine artwork is important, you know the hassle you must go through to keep the painting looking fresh, protected from dust, and not turning yellow. Follow the following tips:
Wrapping acrylic paintings is relatively easy and a pretty effective way to protect the artworks from all sorts of pollutants and harm’s way. Use the following steps to ensure your beautiful art piece remains safe and sound.
Preventing your acrylic paintings from sticking together can quickly be done if you line them with glassine paper or some readily available greaseproof paper. These papers are smooth and easily removable if, by chance, they stick together.
You’re all set now, and don’t worry because all your paintings will be stored safe and sound if you’ve followed these tips! Now you know to preserve your artworks, you can start exploring original paintings for sale online and in galleries.
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