> Does any company make white drawing paper in size 10" X 16"? I like to mount
> my students' work whenever possible, so I am forever cutting my white paper
> down so I can place it on a colored background. I always feel guilty wasting
> so much white paper, although I use much of it in a Mondrian lesson.
Paper is cut to standard sizes (although, heaven only knows what
standard makers of watercolor paper use). Hating waste also, I reuse as
much of the background papers as possible, and will sometimes mount many
pieces on a long piece of roll paper for a big cafeteria display.