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“Once she is happy with the multiple color and grid studies, the painting then gets enlarged and finalized on 12″x12″ or 24″x24″ canvas masonite boards.”
“It consists of a 4x4-foot piece of masonite, a wood composite, which cost about $20 at Home Depot.”
“He does a mix of things, including abstract printing, painting and collaging using different materials like wood, craft board, masonite panel, canvas and paper.”
“It's been noted that the David Trulli's mostly monochromatic ink, clay and varnish on masonite works are loose analogues for some sense of isolation we feel in lives lived through -- literally -- inanimate objects.”
“FOR THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KINGSIZE, 1996, acrylic and enamel on masonite, 244.3 x 427.9 cm, courtesy of the Marsters family, photo: David Barbour, © CARCC 2008.”
“Back in December, right after Christmas, my little sister sat me down with a paintbrush and a piece of gessoed masonite and said, “Paint me one of your ladies.””
“They do have shields for dancing I made a couple for the camp with masonite, much better than the plywood monstrosities they'd been using, but in that particular culture they didn't obscure the whole thing with feathers.”
“Seen here, "In The Grand Scheme" (oil on masonite, 35 "x 24".)”
“Oranges in a Pot, 1993 (oil, spackle and tar on tile on masonite)”
“Grapes and Bugs on Newspaper,1993 (tar, oil and spackle over masonite)”
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