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- n. paint used to cover the exterior woodwork of a house
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She freehanded outlines of hillocks, trees, and -- in my case -- bamboo, and we colored in the lines with flat housepaint.
Carlos painted sesame street characters in scenes from German history in thick layers of housepaint he bought in bulk from a hardware store.
Samuel Schimek gives found items - gnomes, owls - a coat of housepaint and translates them into repeating digital images.
Methylene chloride will remove that kind of paint -- I used it to strip seven layers of housepaint plus two layers of automotive from my first car, a VW bug.
You could even leave your door natural wood if you choose a housepaint color and a color for the inside of the panels next to the natural wood door that coordinate.
The book, antique future, was published by the artcenter college of design .... 25 "x23" digital/acrylic/housepaint on paper. "