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Re: oil painting logistic help

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Fran Marze (fmaiu+@pitt.edu)
Mon, 23 Aug 1999 19:50:16 -0400 (EDT)


I would love to have some more tips on this. I have tried a lot of things
in the past few years for a variety of success. I now have saved wide
mouthed jars and will give everyone in the class a jar with his name for
his turp. I keep them in a fire cabinet. Let's share on this one.

On Sat, 21 Aug 1999, Jen Dixon wrote:

> I started teaching the more advance art classes at the High School
> level last year. I am an oil painter myself, and now have the chance
> to teach what I know well. I was trying to figure out a better way of
> dealing with medium and turps in my room that would be safe and
> economical.
> I have a large storage area that I can use for student to keep
> paitings and supplies. The best part is a door that helps to shut out
> the smell.
> What do peole do for distribution, palettes and storage of oil
> painting supplies?
> Jen Dixon
> Lansdowne High School
> Balto. MD
>