Ohio Art League
A group of 40 students from the Columbus Art School formed the Columbus Art Students League in 1909 for the purpose of organizing artists for public and mutual benefit. In 1917 the name changed to The League of Columbus Artists and again in 1918 to the Columbus Art League to accommodate expanding membership interest beyond students to include artists in the greater community. The Ohio Art League programs promote and encourage the recognition of highest artistic merit. The League provides opportunities for professional artists to exhibit competitively. Art professionals of international renown have served as jurors for these competitions including Edward Hopper, Max Weber, Grant Wood, Homer St. Gaudens, Philip Pearlstein, Robert Indiana, David Smith, Marsha Tucker, George Sugarman, Klaus Kertess and Audrey Flack.
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.
you should buy this ink if:
- you want waterproof ink (needs special solution to clean nibs, hot water does not suffice)
- you want ink that runs through pens easily (it's quite viscous)
- you want affordable ink (i got it cheap with a coupon at michael's)
- you want volume/value (i
I think this is a lot of ink, wrote two pages' worth of text, and i haven't even noticed the absence of ink)
you shouldn't buy this ink if:
- you're looking for a rich black (i think the color's around 50% gray, it's pretty consistently one shade of gray, at least with one layer)
- Anya in USA
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