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Painting larger is a great way to expand your painting skills and put a little more change in your pocket. I think we can all assume that larger paintings usually demand a higher price tag and that most buyers are looking for larger art.
So why not give it a try?
There are things you need to consider when painting larger. Make sure your composition is well suited for a larger size and that you have the right canvas to paint on. There are a lot of “cheap” canvases out there and I caution you to be sure and spend the time to find one that is worthy of the time you will spend to paint on it. Don’t buy the back-stapled canvases. You want one that is reinforced and well made!
Allow more time to finish a larger painting. And don’t forget you will need more paint. If you are a pre-paint mixer like me then you will need to mix a lot more paint than normal. And if you are interested in abstracts, pull out a larger canvas and enjoy painting large. I think you will like it!
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