Birch Art Boards for Inspired Creativity
These popular birch round art boards are of the highest standard available on the market, made from premium 6mm ply for the top. The frame for the square and rectangle art panels is 32mm deep from A-grade kiln-dried pine, while the round frames are made from 12mm CNC cut MDF.
They are sanded on the top and sides to a beautiful smooth finish. When you want to see lovely blond grain features or just want the premium finish that birch gives you, our online store is a one-stop-shop for these stunning essentials.
Explore With the Best Birch Art Boards on Offer
From resin art boards to oil and acrylic painting panels, these are suitable for any artist seeking to display stunning visual pieces using wood as their canvas. Explore all realms of creativity and use these products for projects such as:
Stunning Mandala Art
A Sanskrit word meaning “circle”, Mandalas are a stunning artform to experiment with, complete with symbols and outlines that form intricate and delicate designs. Think colours, flowers and lots of patterns.
Also known as ‘pyrogravure’, meaning ‘writing with fire’, this is the technique of decorating wood with heat in a freehanded motion using a heated tool such as a poker. The heat causes the panel to burn, leaving stunning impressions seared into the surface.
Experiment with the many possibilities of oil painting with our round wooden art panels and boards that make your designs possible. Bring your vision to life and watch as each stroke forms seamlessly, thanks to your skills and our must-ave essentials.
A Few Tips on Preparing for Oil and Acrylic Use on Panels
Oils and acrylic paints look fantastic on birch, but it’s crucial you make sure your panel is able to withstand the liquids without them seeping in. This is simple to do and makes sure your art can be enjoyed for years to come.
All you need is to prepare your birch art boards or base before you begin – this is called sizing or sealing. Do this by applying two coats of sealer, remembering to let it dry completely between each coat. If the base feels slightly tacky, leave it until it no longer has any sticky residue. Remember to seal both sides of the wood to make sure no water or oil permeates through the back.