"I discovered Multimedia Artboard at Daniel Smith in Seattle in the mid 90’s and was initially attracted by its tensile strength and thinness – I could strap a month’s supply onto my bicycle. I have developed my own style on the material, using the wide combination of paint application that it allows: thick layers of impasto, scumbling, sgraffito, glazing, lifting and, most particularly, direct staining of the rag fibers."
"Multimedia Board has been one of my favorite products for so many years. I first discovered the company when I lost a supplier for my very light-weight boards. I most often use these boards with my favorite linen mounted. I can pack a suitcase with a two –month supply for a painting journey and still be underweight on luggage. I’ve done that many times. I’ll do that again. I’m grateful for such quality and such great service too. "
“Multimedia Artboard has been important to my studio and teaching practice for many years as an excellent substrate for oil paint. Because I attend numerous artist residencies and teaching situations overseas, I also value Multimedia Artboard for its light weight and ease of transport.
“Multimedia boards are my "go to” for Plein Air. I also love the Ready to Mount Sintra panels for the freedom of mounting a demo or sketch that I’ve done on unmounted canvas that become a painting. I do an enormous amount of traveling and these products have really afforded me freedom and the ability to travel much lighter. I highly recommend them!”
“I’ve been a fan of Multimedia Artboard for over 25 years. I have used this board for almost every medium I work with in oils, pencil, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal – everything.
Pastel Artist Panels accept all forms of pastels including pastel pencils. The surface has a delicate response and is an excellent support for working in pastel techniques that require layering.