The only exception is a quote that I didn't make:
"Hurst paints otherworldly landscapes on canvas with water-based acrylic Liquitex sprays, which he says are less toxic and more versatile than conventional spray
Less toxic, yes. More versatile? I don't think I said that because it's not true. The solvent based conventional sprays such as Rustolium and Krylon are actually more versatile due to the
ability to rewet the pigment after it dries with a clear coating. It allows layer removal and scratchboard methods that the Liquitex does not lend itself to. However, the less toxic and odorless
properties of the Liquitex spray that I use makes it the clear choice.
The Robesonian newspaper article about myself and the upcoming exhibit was a nice read. Thank you Robesonian for publishing it!