oil painting on wood without gesso

Experimenting with budget materials is fine, but I don’t think you can ask anyone to pay money for that. Perhaps ask a framer? Throwing straight turpentine into your oil paint could cause it to separate, so a 50/50 mix will do the trick. The absorbency is medium and I have only recently discovered this wonderful material. if you like. I personally do not like absorbent surfaces while you might love that. The paint sits on top of the canvas (while still adhering sufficiently) and it can really bring colours out in their full glory. Glad you enjoyed this blog post. Hi Gil, thanks for your comment.I must admit I am not sure but I think the safest bet would be to use pencil onto a primed surface, suitable for oil painting. Apply the second coat and repeat the process until smooth and sealed properly. Do galleries generally prefer one support over another? You’re supposed to size the wood with glue to help seal it against SID before you gesso, but I use Jackson’s acrylic gesso which specifically says you don’t need to size, allowing me to skip a step. I find the canvas stretched by good professional art materials shop much better than the pre-stretched ready-made ones. I’ve been searching the net and FB groups such Traditional oil paintung/Best painting practices etc., but am still a bit confused as people seem to say you should not paint directly on aluminium. Doors today are built as torsion boxes and dont warp. Great stuff. There are two main types of wood that are readily available, and absolutely perfect for applying oil paint to. I hope you will find this (by no means comprehensive) list useful. So stretched canvas remains the only lightweight option for large paintings that has shown us how it will behave in the future. It is therefore harder to stretch and if the stretcher or the linen expands or shrinks a tiny bit, the linen will sag or wave and will need re-tightening. So I do spend time asking my fellow artists about their materials, read technical forums about the longevity of a primer or the difference between types of canvas. Cotton is more widely produced so it is cheaper, but by no means is it of less quality for a canvas. This takes some getting used to for some but I personally love it. Hi Elizabeth, sounds like you’re doing really well. Please edit the query for content to display. You can usually walk away from your project and return no less than twenty minutes later, and have a completely dry surface to paint on. Some painters like a high absorbency, others don’t. Get it as even as possible. I have acrylic paint… The beauty of gesso is that you can apply it to nearly any surface, and then you can paint on that surface with acrylic paint. Sophie. Hi Pam, I would use an archival PVA glue. If you like to err on the side of caution as many of us do, leave it for an hour to be 100% certain that it’s dried properly. Some love the bounce of a stretched canvas, others prefer less movement. They are not very common here in the UK though. Preparing to paint on wood . I recently read over at the Underpaintings blog that Jeffrey Heins uses plastic panels as a support (https://underpaintings.com/2017-the-art-of-the-portrait-conference-day-1-2/), but trying to find info online is hard. Most of my paintings are on stretched linen. Initially oil painters worked mostly on wood panels. Some canvas is available with an oil primer applied, but you can buy oil primers in tins as well, which you can apply over an acrylic universal primer (but not the other way round!) I just haven’t found the perfect one yet for larger paintings! Allow it to dry thoroughly before moving on to oil paint. Is there anyway I can stop that so I have a fighting chance to blend? Thanks again! Even then, the cotton canvas is stretched over thin bits of wood in an internal frame, and it’s done for a couple of reasons. This extra-thick Gesso is excellent for oil and acrylic painting. It is also much easier to move paint around on the canvas on such a smooth surface, which is something that is much harder on an acrylic surface where the canvas is immediately stained by the paint once it is applied. Usually it is a little absorbent, which means it will soak up a little bit of the paint, making the paint adhere very well to the support but limiting its ‘spreadability’ (is that even a word?). Good luck! Acrylic Gesso – This is a modern alternative primer and allows you to paint an acrylic ground and a thin acrylic under-painting before moving onto an oil paint layer. __CONFIG_colors_palette__{"active_palette":0,"config":{"colors":{"37cf7":{"name":"Main Accent","parent":-1}},"gradients":[]},"palettes":[{"name":"Default","value":{"colors":{"37cf7":{"val":"rgb(125, 197, 85)","hsl":{"h":98,"s":0.49,"l":0.55}}},"gradients":[]},"original":{"colors":{"37cf7":{"val":"rgb(125, 197, 85)","hsl":{"h":98,"s":0.49,"l":0.55}}},"gradients":[]}}]}__CONFIG_colors_palette__, __CONFIG_group_edit__{"k5p8kjyf":{"name":"All Text(s)","singular":"-- Text %s"}}__CONFIG_group_edit__. I even experienced this on boards primed and then triple coated with golden gesso. Of course the least absorbent paintings supports are metals, like copper or aluminium. Linen and cotton are simply different. I too am worried about MDF, but do use it now an d again. I normally paint “en plein air” quite a bit and make my own painting panels. I like to use a lot of very small sable brushes. Thanks, Matthew Lee http://matthewleestudio.com, Hi Matthew, sorry for the late reply! Miracle Muck claims their glue creates a barrier, so you don’t need to prime the wood first- but I prime/seal it sometimes anyway. Great blog with lots of information – has inspired me to finally try linen. I’ve been working using oils on small 10 x 8 ins pieces from Jacksons Art Supplies. Your explanations very clear. Oil primer or acrylic primer – many brands have their own characteristics and it is a matter of trial and error to find the one you like best. They are easily cut to size, fairly lightweight, thin and rigid. New layers of paint would lift the underlayers. Oil Gesso – This is a traditional primer and allows an oil ground and oil paint on top of it. Many artists choose to paint over an unwanted and unfinished oil painting. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. link) ready to paint on. I also don’t wish to use either titanium white as I have seen suggested to paint over them as this would be exorbitant. You can prime a canvas with acrylic mediums, clear gesso, or rabbit skin glue. I would like the wood grain to be visible and part of the painting … I can’t speak for galleries but as far as I know they would expect you to use archival and professional materials so they can sell your work with integrity. Do let me know if you can add anything to the list, if you have experience with a particular support or just want to add some pleasant comment. Cotton has a regular, more bobbly weave. Gesso Comes First. Do I Need to Seal the Entire Piece of Wood? I would hesitate with an oil primer on paper, unless it specifically says that is ok. Paper is flexible and most primers would not be suitable for it perhaps. It’s often used in decorative augmentations in furniture and aesthetic elements of your home, but if you can order a full panel of maple wood, it’s going to be the best thing you’ve ever oil painted on. This article by Jackson’s might help too. The word canvas usually refers to primed fabric, stretched onto stretcher bars. You have to give your painting plenty of oxygen while painting it so that it dries out instead of rotting the material it’s being applied to. Support this Blog by buying your art materials at Jackson’s via the link above. GAC 100 is also useful for diluting and extending colors, increasing flexibility and film integrity, sizing for fabric and sealing for wood. © 2020. It has a coating on it so it not the same as the panels from Jackson’s. Prime Your Painting Surface . link). This primer is an acrylic base which is suitable for painting on in oils and acrylics. Hi Daniel, thank you for your kind comment! An oil painting should be done on canvas, right? I must mention that oil primers are not easily available in India and are very expensive online. They are very smooth but do have a very slight texture to it and the absorbency is not too bad. While oil paint will have a detrimental effect on raw canvas, acrylic paint, which is plastic-based, will not cause cotton and linen fibers to rot. Different brands produce differently canvases, not only in quality and weight but also in texture and priming. Gesso also has multiple textures that you can get, including smooth, textured, and rough (which usually comes from a spray can). Can you please let me know if you ever noticed any problems with acrylic primed canvases or boards over the years? This doesn’t take long to dry, and acts as a shield between your wood and the oil paint. The stretcher bars are usually made of wood. I also am loathe to buy oil primer from the art store as it also pretty expensive so am wondering your thoughts on a good quality oil prep base from the hard ware store. Now I paint on Ampersand gesso panels. A great read Sophie – really informative and so helpful. Apart from that, there are plenty of natural fibers that will absorb water the second that it touches it. Happy Painting! Of course you can make your own easily, but brands like Belle Arti and Ampersand sell wonderful boards with a high quality primer that makes them a pleasure to work on. For example: "You need to gesso your canvas before you paint." They used a gesso ground made from chalk and glue. I am thinking of using hardboard with acrylic primers (mostly due to easy availability and rigid surface quality). Do let me know how you get on with it. Your email address will not be published. How Long Does It Take Acrylic Paint To Dry? But aluminium – float frame – don’t really know. In fact, it is extremely important to properly seal any and all un-primed wood substrates to prevent support-induced discoloration that can cause your paint film to yellow over time. She writes on oil and pastel painting, art history and the life of an artist. link) are made from poplar panels with a gesso primer. Thanks for the article Sophie. Thanks again for stopping by! It won’t cost you a penny extra. Some artists prefer the qualities of linen, others prefer cotton. The fabric used for canvas is oftencotton or linen, but can also be jute or polyester. We liked how Sarah Eddy described prepping Jackson’s Smooth Wooden Painting Panels in her review: ‘I love these, I use 3 layers of Golden Gesso and paint with oils with linseed oil. For smaller pieces I use Ampersand Gessobord or linen on MDF/hardboard. You might well find you like your own the best! Modern ‘Gesso’ is usually acrylic primer and no sizing is required. I can’t really go into sizing and priming as I tend to opt for the time-saving-but-expensive option of the bespoke and ready-made and I only have experience applying primers to already primed stretched canvas. I have used Golden Acrylic Gesso ( a confusing name as it isn’t actually gesso but an acrylic primer) and Roberson’s Oil Primer for many of my paintings. Gesso is the same as a primer, as in ‘pre-primed canvas’. Reader Question: I'm interested in using acrylic on wood without priming with white gesso. I will be trying Arches oil paper soon, but I wonder how they prime their paper at Arches for oil painting. So the longevity will be useless. It’s compressed during production, but there are still plenty of crevices for moisture to slip into. It will cost you nothing  extra and you would support this blog for which I would be most grateful. So try different brands, you’ll be amazed. Thanks for the insight. If I understand correctly, you need to prime Dibond panels or any other ACM panels. Others, like me, might work very detailed and with small brushes. Cotton is more elastic than linen and so will stretch more beautifully. I am very new to oil painting and was really struggling with the paint consistency and thickness. The choice between the two is a matter of personal preference. Birch is fairly pouros, which is why we don’t want to immediately add the oil paint to it. It saves me so much time. I use to paint on canvas that I stretched myself. I am glad my post made you think about trying out linen. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. To avoid oil paint cracking over time it would help if the painting is painted on a rigid surface. But there is a vast amount of choice in the student range as well as the professional range so it doesn’t have to be costly if you don’t want it to be. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I have read somewhere that it tends to suck oil. Sophie, Thank you for this – so much helpful information. Depending on the size of your wood surface (such as if you’re painting on an interior wooden wall), you might be better off buying a commercial grade gesso in a high volume for budgeting purposes. Hope that helps! Great to hear about oil paper. Thank you! You don’t hear much about it, because it’s no longer required for commercial construction. My only concern is regarding acrylic primers. Gesso is painted onto the canvas to seal and prime it before the oil paint is applied. Sophie Ploeg uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. They are very absorbent, but have a decent thickness and are beautifully smooth. It might not be ideal, but at least we know what will happen to it. It is an isolating layer between the canvas and the paint. It depends. Gesso, when applied, has a satin or matte finish, is absorbent in nature, and therefore will not adequately seal the wood unless multiple applications are used – and this still may not seal. Even when it’s cut, prepared, and partially treated, raw pieces of wood still have a decent amount of moisture locked inside of them. Over the years it will make no difference as the absorbency only affects you while you are painting. The Painting Advice. Prepare your painting surface with oil priming materials & gesso for oil painting to provide an excellent adhesion for oil paint and to create a luminous painting surface. At first, stir properly and use with a brush to a neat and clean surface. Step 1. I am an architect by training and professional practice since the early 80’s and I am now getting back into drawing and painting again. Hi Donna, thank you for adding your comments. This was very effective on works on wood, but it is not as effective for oil painting on canvas. This will allow you to cover the entire wall without going broke (after all, you still have to get the paint). Two ‘extra fine linen’ canvases from different manufacturers: Claessens on top and Belle Arti below. Required fields are marked *. So much excellent information! Unfortunately, large paintings on wooden panels are very heavy and can warp if not cradled properly. First is birch wood, which is often used by canvas makers. Hi Carol, that’s great, go for it. I hope you’ll get the gallery! To be able to use them as an oil painting support you need to sand the surface with a fine sandpaper, clean it and prime it. Which one you choose depends on quite a few things. If you make your own canvases or use other surfaces for painting, starting with a layer — or more than one — of gesso is a great way to ensure the paint won’t soak into the surface. I have never worked with shellac but for anyone wondering I found this hopefully helpful link: http://www.naturalpigments.com/art-supply-education/shellac-use-art/ Good luck with trying alternatives. Hi Sophie This article is great! It must be fine enough for me to paint extremely small details, but I prefer it to have enough texture to give the painting some life and character. 4. Liquitex’s white gesso, available in a range of sizes, is made for both oil and acrylic paint. Gesso is the preferred sealer for the porous canvas. Using hardware store materials is obviously not intended for fine art. It’s a yellow liquid that’s taken from dried flax plants, and isn’t chemical-based, so it’s safe to use on your wooden surfaces. It’s plausible to assume that you can’t get a 100% perfectly even coat the first time, so use a sandpaper block with at least 600 grit to smooth it out. The biggest difficulty you’re going to encounter with sealing or treating your wood board is getting the layers nice and even. Linen canvas has an irregular, natural weave. Disclaimer: Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. I buy pre made standard doors and cut them up and seal the cut edges…spray all over with rustoleum ( outside )_2 coats and it is ready to go under an hour. Many artists have found a particular sandwiched panel of aluminium, which is generally used for road signs, to be particularly good for painting on. If wood is not sized or sealed properly before applying the gesso, yellowing can occur because water [a solvent] can cause acids, occurring naturally in wood, to migrate to the surface. I’ve recently begun painting on aluminium – mainly because it feels very much like printmaking to me – I like that I can use the surface itself to show through. A lot of great information…thanks for sharing. I’m wondering about framing though?? I think you can use the same glue for any primed linen, it makes no difference. I can’t really go into  sizing and priming as I tend to opt for the time-saving-but-expensive option of the bespoke and ready-made and I only have experience applying primers to already primed stretched canvas. If you work with acrylics, you can also paint directly on raw canvas without priming it first. Acrylic primers will always have some absorbency and I am afraid you will have to try and see which ones you like the best. For a long time people thought that linen is of a better quality and longer lasting than cotton, but most artists would now agree that this is not true. I have seen this on market available canvases but I am not sure if that is due to poor priming job or acrylic primer itself. I haven’t tried the dibond yet but plan to this year. Most good quality acrylic primers will last for ages and will not change or damage your painting whatsoever. If you’re buying a panel of wood that’s going to be positioned somewhere and then painted, you have to seal the entire thing, even the backside. This is because the glue and chalk mixture can be somewhat brittle. Hi … thanks for your info … I am a budget buster and am wanting to re use old paintings I did at art school as they are on great substrates. Wrong. Is it the same as for acrylic primed linen? No mention was made of sizing. You might prefer a gesso style or universal priming! In fact, some would argue that it is a superior support for oils because, unlike canvas which is flexible, wood is rigid and this helps to prevent cracks in the oil paint. Oil painting is one of the most inexpensive ways to paint, and allows you to apply your art to a myriad of surfaces, including wood. Alternatively you can buy clear primed canvas – which will show the pale brown canvas through it-  black primed canvas or unprimed canvas. She paints portraits and still life and specialises in painting drapery and lace. Shop the top Oil Priming Materials - Save on oil priming materials at Jerry's. You can usually get pieces that are at least ¾” thick without spending a lot of money. I am afraid I am no expert in this area and it all depends what you are painting for. If the panels are larger over 16″, I will seal both sides of the wood, to keep it from warping. Many commercially purchased canvases for painting are pre-primed with gesso. Not sure about a float frame for aluminium. I must admit I have never tried it. MDF is just so incredibly practical. Our art school teacher who was also a practising artist was all about using such things but used acrylic primer in the first instance.. Where do you start? I used three layers of Gesso on linen, sanding in between on 24”x24.” Recently I posted my portrait painting on FB and it went viral. I do agree with you in liking a rigid surface. Glue chalk gesso is good for oil paintings because it will absorb some of the oil from the base layers, helping the painting to dry faster. I have tested painting on the surface directly, with an oil primer, and with an acrylic primer, and the acrylic primer was by far the best choice. I now use it to coat both sides of the MDF before priming it with Golden primer. After trying oil primed linen I was frustrated with the slippery surface. Preparing wood for painting and maintaining transparency. So I have now settled on an acrylic primed extra fine French linen which I enjoy working on very much. I have an issue with canvas boards tho. First is birch wood, which is often used by canvas makers. I should really do some time. It also provides a good surface texture for receiving the paint. I look forward to hear about your experiences in the world of painting supports! So, it all depends on what you are going to do with the paintings. You can paint on many different surfaces—canvas, wood, paper—but whichever you choose, it's important to apply a type of primer called gesso to the painting surface to prevent the oil from seeping into the surface, protect the surface from the acids in the paint, and provide a surface that the paint will adhere to more easily. I must admit I have never tried it. Dip a primer or sponge brush into the gesso and apply it to the canvas in a thin layer. I can take a sheet of canvapaper and mount it to hardboard or plywood with double sided tape in a jiffy, and can be off painting without the normal time it takes to make a linen panel. You’re welcome! If you can prepare your own support you can save yourself a lot of money. Birch is fairly pouros, which is why we don’t want to immediately add the oil paint to it. To apply canvas to a wooden panel always use an archival PVA glue or gel, smear it out with a spatula or brush so that every inch is covered, and place your canvas on it, smoothing out any remaining air bubbles. It is also a nice way to practice a new technique or work out ideas without investing extra cash. Hi Lesley, thanks for stopping by! But they still require finishing to create a flat surface to paint on. Common sense tells us that this goes withouth saying: an oil painting on stretched canvas will undoubtedly move somewhat, either by the slight bounce that a stretched fabric gives, or else by the potential expanding and shrinking of the materials in various circumstances. Plywood or hardboard are both excellent, though they might require an additional coat of your preferred dying agent. So much to learn but loving the challenge effective for oil painting, history... Bounce of a new technique or work out ideas without investing extra cash to learn but loving challenge. 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