Artist Resource: Printable Magnet SheetsPosted Jan 12, 2013Tagged
After deciding that Magnets would work better than the velcro board to demonstrate the different artwork configurations that I had used at my first exhibit for Modular Mixed Media, the challenge was trying to find a high-quality magnet surface that would show the artwork detail, be matt, and thick to feel high-quality and hold up to handling.
I found Magnet Valley after Googling “Magnet Inkjet.”
I was very happy with the thickness of the material, and the high-quality printing, as well as how quickly I got my order (I promised the company’s owner I would promote her small business if the magnets worked out well!) I was able to closely match the actual colors of the original artwork. The interactive Modular Art Magnet displays were very popular at the exhibit.
- In the Studio
Posted MAY 12, 2017
I’m looking forward to seeing the Venice Biennale in Italy next week! After dreaming of visiting this city with streets of water, and historical magic, I’m looking forward to being inspired by artists’ work from around the world.
POSTED APR 14, 2014
The Cultural Arts Center hosts “Happy Together,” an exhibition on the nature of love and relationships, curated by Adam Brouillette and Meghan Kwast. 50 invited artists exhibit work created especially for the event and theme. Reception May 24, 2014, Saturday 6-11 pm… [EXHIBIT INFO]