FAQs about Monro Paintings

Unless otherwise specified in the product description as a print, yes, you are looking at a one-of-a-kind original painting for sale.
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I paint on canvas, cardboard or paper, which will be specified in the description as well as the type of canvas or paper. I use a variety of acrylic paints and except for the cardboard, all my materials are acid-free.
A note about cardboard: I have several around my house and they hold up nicely; will very likely last my lifetime. If, however, you want your collected art to be handed down to other generations, I would go with canvas.
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Yes, I apply an isolation coat to the acrylic painting first, and then apply several coats (as many as I think it needs, depending on the thickness and texture of the underlying paint) for protection from UV rays, dirt, and dust.
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If your painting becomes dusty or dirty simply use a little soap and water to gently wipe away any debris. I suggest keeping your painting at room temperature for the most part and out of direct sunlight for any prolonged length of time. My own paintings have survived a number of moves and temperature changes, but it is better to be on the safe side.
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I include a bill of sale/certificate of authenticity with all my original paintings other than ACEO miniatures.