A new blog
about art advocacy
Blogger Alison Wade is a founding member
of Advocates for Cultural Engagement, a
student arts advocacy group at NYU. Alison
has interned with Americans for the Arts
as well as the Museum of Arts and Design.
Currently, she is an arts administrator
interested in arts policy and advocacy,
nonprofit management, and art education.
We invite you to follow Alison’s
thoughts on current trends in
art advocacy for educators.
Cobra Water Mixable Oil Colors
Imagine the freedom to paint just about anywhere!
Stonehenge Paper by Legion
Cobra’s Water Mixable Oil Colors offer the freedom
to paint outdoors, in studios, or in your living room.
Painting with Cobra is the same as painting with
traditional oil paints, except that you can mix the paints
with just water—no solvents are required. Because these
paints don’t require
the use of toxic
solvents, using them
protects your health
and the environment.
Equipment and hands
clean up easily with
soap and water.
Stonehenge is Legion Paper’s most
popular fine-art and drawing
paper, with a flawless vellum sur-
face. Stonehenge fine-art papers
are 100% cotton, acid-free, and
buffered with calcium carbonate
to help protect artwork from con-
taminated environments. Devel-
oped more than thirty years
ago, Stonehenge was originally
created for a variety of printmaking
techniques, including etching and silkscreen. Over the
decades it has become one of the finest papers for pastel,
pencil, charcoal, acrylics, and watercolor.