How-to: Gilding Sizes, in Picture Framing Magazine
"Mordant gilding -- or, as it is more commonly known, oil gilding -- is a technique in which genuine or imitation leaf is adhered to a surface with an adhesive, or 'size.' As the name implies, size was traditionally an oil varnish consisting of linseed oil, resins, and a dryer." -- Picture Framing Magazine, July, 2019, pp. 12-18.
Gilded Cupola featured in Paint & Decorating Retailer Magazine
Gilding With Kolner Burnishing Clay, by Lauren Sepp
Check out JoAnne Setear’s interview with HomeTalk Radio on Liberon and Mixol Products!
28 Jul 2018
Michael King welcomes JoAnne Setear with Sepp Leaf Products to discuss gilding supplies and superlative finishes.
‘Trading Spaces’ stars demonstrate DIY tricks to elevate your space
5 Apr 2018
As “Trading Spaces” returns to TV after a 10-year hiatus, Ty Pennington, Paige Davis and their co-stars share DIY tips for YOUR space, like trying removable wallpaper, bringing everyday items to life with spray paint, and making your own wine rack... More
Gilding With Kolner Instacoll, by Lauren Sepp
21 Feb 2018
"Gilding Workshop: Gilding with Kolner Instacol" article by Lauren Sepp published in The Society of Gilders' "Gilders Tip".
25 Aug 2016 @ 4:25pm EST
Video from booth highlights Mixol's ability to mix with anything: oil-based, water-based, solvents, paints of all kinds, etc. Also introduced is Liberon's new, fast-drying, food-safe wood stain -- perfect for butcher blocks, cutting boards, counter tops, salad bowls, children's toys.