Welcome to the fourth installment in our continuing series of “101” features on Ampersand Bords. Many artists are just now discovering our panels and this back-to-basics series is designed to help distinguish between our different surfaces, and to provide a review for the Ampersand veterans. In this article, we are going to look at our signature (and very first) product – Claybord. Continue Reading >>
Welcome to the second installment in our series of “101” articles about Ampersand Bords. With many new artists beginning to use our panels, this back-to-basics series will help to introduce and distinguish between our different surfaces, as well as provide a refresher course to you Ampersand veterans. In this article, we are going to look at our most popular product – Gessobord. Continue Reading >>
Welcome to the first in our series of “101” articles about Ampersand Bords. With so many new artists just now discovering our panels, this back-to-basics series will help to introduce our different surfaces, as well as provide a refresher course to you Ampersand veterans. And who knows, you just might discover something you didn’t already know! Our first product is the Aquabord. Continue Reading >>
There’s something going down in the little town south of Austin, Texas… Buda to be exact (pronounced “bee-yoo-da”). The home base of Ampersand Art Supply.
When artists come to visit our manufacturing facility they are quite surprised to learn that we aren’t a huge company with hundreds of people. We are just a small, home-grown company started by an artist with a passion for panel painting – Charles Ewing. Each panel that you paint on is hand-crafted by one of our 35 artisans. Continue Reading >>
Ampersand Panels are VERY Forgiving!
There are lots of reasons to love Ampersand panels. For example, they are archival, eco-friendly and formaldehyde-free. They can hold heavy applications of paint without the “bounce” of canvas. Colors are truer and brighter. You have enhanced control.
But one of the biggest benefits to using an Ampersand Museum Series panel is that it is very forgiving! Continue Reading >>