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When painting with oil you have the luxury of taking your time to make things just right. You also have the disadvantage of slow drying which at times prevents you from finishing the work as quickly as you would like. If your painting gets to wet you must stop and let it dry overnight before proceeding. Painting wet into wet is a term used when an artist starts and finishes a painting in one setting, working and blending the paint quickly to achieve a fresh look and feel, as in Plein Air Painting.
An oil painting takes over six months to dry, then is finished with either a high gloss or no gloss varnish, depending on what would enhance the particular piece. Oil paintings are usually priced higher than other mediums because of the length of time it takes to finish the piece.
Bonnie Greene Studio uses quality paint on quality archival canvas.

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