What top coat for fine art exhibition print
Well, my normal practice is to use archival grade artist top coat / sealant on my print, but I have a special project that come up that would see me print a set of large ( up to B0 sized ) one to be displayed outdoor ( in a city park ). Now this is something new for me. The Prints would be displayed sans any protection ( no glass pane or whatever ) and was expected to be outdoor there for a period of 10 days. I am not worrying about rain as the organizer would have portable canopy setup if and when it indicate any possibility of rain.
But my question is what kind of sealant / top coat would be best for such. BTW, the paper I am going to use is artist grade water color paper with no coating ( Raw Pulp , hot pressed ) In short I am not using ink jet specific paper, but true artist paper so I am likely needing to spread the whole paint front and back before even mounting. Ok, now where's my heavy duty air brush ... anywwy, any suggestion welcomed
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