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Founded in 1970, The Guild of Artists & Artisans is a non-profit, membership organization of professional artists. Guild members can be found throughout North America and Europe. The Guild’s mission is to promote community awareness, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts and to maintain a support network for artists, which provides educational, mentoring and marketing opportunities. Best known for its award-winning Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair, The Guild is recognized and valued for its ability to bring the fine art and fine craft directly to the individual via its art fairs and festivals. It is committed to the preservation and enhancement of arts and culture in the community.

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I love this glue, but then again I use it differently than what it's normal use is. If you are gluing glass or plastic, I wouldn't use this glue. Otherwise, it is great albeit it does take a bit for it to dry and cure. I actually contacted the manufacturer to see if I could by this stuff by the gallon. Apparently, they only have the 4 oz bottle, but will be offering an 8 ounce bottle soon.
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I love these pallets. I have one for my warm yellows, 1 for cool yellows and you can write on the 2 big wells with the colors that are above ;if you use a woodless graphite pencil, it won't rub off easily. This way I know the exact color and color bias for my red, blues, yellows, violets, greens, and oranges. I find I only need one for my white, black/grey tints and earth tone water colors. For stains, I clean off with olive oil then follow with soap and water so oil doesn't get into my watercolor pigments.
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