Spray-Gun Artist Paints with Automobile Enamel (Mar, 1940)
Spray-Gun Artist Paints with Automobile Enamel
Paintings made with a spray gun instead of a brush, and with automobile enamel in place of oil colors, form the specialty of Ralph L. De Gayner, of Channing, Mich. Six years ago, he began experimenting with the new technique for turning out landscapes. Now, he is able to produce a winter scene, by his spray-gun technique, in five minutes. With his two sons mixing enamel and his wife operating the air compressor, De Gayner produces pictures in quantity.