Watercolour paints are generally used on traditional watercolour paper with different textures. They absorb into the watercolour paper. Matisse Watercolour Ground allows you to create that same absorbency & feel of paper on pretty well any substrate that a normal acrylic would adhere to.
So, you can use watercolour techniques like washes, lifting off, and layering on unique substrates.
- Absorbent watercolour ground
- Works on multiple surfaces
- Formulated to be an excellent surface for watercolour
- Thinner viscosity ( than standard grounds ) for easy application of smooth surface
- Use on glass, metal, fabric, plastic, plaster, perspex, ceramic, wood.
- Watercolour techniques
- Mixed media applications
- watercolour on canvas
- repairing and altering watercolour works
- Frame without glass
- Unusual substrates
About Watercolour Ground
Watercolour paints have been around since the 1500s, but only recently has their usage expanded. Nowadays, you can find them in any art store, and they are easy to use. Traditionally used on watercolour paper, but with the newly released Matisse watercolour ground, they now can be applied to any surface, including canvas, wood board, mixed media paper, and more! Matisse Watercolour Ground makes it possible to create beautiful watercolour paintings on virtually any surface that you choose!