polymer paint

polymer paint

[′päl·ə·mər ¦pānt]
(materials)
A paint made of acrylic resin or vinyl resin, or a combination of both resins, in a liquid form with water as the base; it spreads out in a layer, and the water evaporates to leave a continuous, flexible, and waterproof film of plastic.
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Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Antara--Dreaming Time Stories, 2015, APY Lands, Australia, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 300 x 122cm.
Mutu used ink, mica flakes, polymer sheeting, cut-and-pasted printed paper, and polymer paint in this work, which is part of The Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection.
8cm work of art was done in ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas.
Speaking about one of the biggest attractions of the auction, a masterpiece by Ethiopian-born artist Julie Mehretu titled Rising Down estimated at $2-3 million, Lazr said, "Executed in 2008 in ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, the monumental work is one of the most visually arresting works ever produced by the artist.
The group is trying to speed up the field detection time--which currently can take up to a few seconds--and to reduce the amount of polymer paint needed for the device to work.
Dr Stefan Bon said: "This gives us much more flexibility in the design of everything from hi-tech composite materials to the use of quantum dots, cell biochemistry and the manufacture of new armoured polymer paint particles.
The unusual illustrations are described as 'unique Zen-style art work created by hand-pouring high-gloss polymer paint on to cotton-rag paper'.
Shown here are "Pink Marilyn" (1985), synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas, 18 x 14 inches and "Diamond Dust Shoes" (1980-81), synthetic polymer paint, silkscreen ink and diamond dust on canvas, 90 x 70 inches.
In a series of mostly black-and-white canvases, Lipomi used a Warholian combination of silk screen and synthetic polymer paint to reproduce a pyramidal diagram sourced from a Thomas Kinkade gallery.
The close relation between our training arm the South African Paint Industry Training Institute (SAPITI) and the association has meant that the industry as a whole has taken to heart the need to develop our own local paint expertise to ensue that our paint, coatings lacquers and varnishing attain a world standard in terms of quality," he told the Polymer Paint Colour Journal.
Executed in 2008 in ink and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, it is one of the most visually arresting works ever produced by the artist.
Traditional methods of protection, such as applying polymer paints and rubber type coatings, have been ineffective and lose their effect soon after application.

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