As an early childhood teacher, I have experimented with many, many brands of watercolor paper over the years, when doing wet-on-wet watercolor painting with my students. It was often a frustrating experience. Some paper was thin, others would pill when a child spent more than a few minutes on his painting; edges would curl; or the paper would dry crinkly or wavy.
My frustration ended one day when a colleague, who was also an artist, introduced me to this high quality, heavy-weight, artist-grade paper. This company has been manufacturing watercolor paper for over 60 years to exacting specifications using the highest quality materials.
“I recently ordered paints and watercolor paper from you, and I'm so happy you recommended the paper! The first day my four year old used it she painted a real beauty, and I'm thrilled that it is on high quality paper that will last. We framed it right away. Using good materials really makes a difference.”
Key West, FL