Rothko’s Methods at the Tate

Safe Painting Content Page

Paints for Decorating

Safe Spray Painting

Safe Solvent Alternatives

The Radium Girls

Safe Oil Painting

Making Art Safely – Painting

Solvents and Thinners

Robert Parada – staying well as an artist

Painting the Town Green

On Pigments

Willy Richardson’s Art

Toxicity of Solvents

Hidden Exposures from Acrylics


Testimonials–About nontoxicprint 

Tracy Hill – Unmapping

Water Based Silkscreen

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Art School Safety 

Donna Adams / Keith Howard: 

The Beginners Compendium 

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Hard and Soft Ground


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Lead Toxicity in Art

innovation : art safety II

The New Etching Chemistry

Printmaking Resources

Essay on Keith Howard Press Play

Unmapping The World Tracy Hill

The Green Print Studio

Starch Based Silkscreen


Print Gallery

Orono Ground

Health and Safety Overview

Cupric Chloride Etch


Bordeaux Etch

Art meets Science

Henrik Boegh Gravure Art

Safety for Kids and Schools

The Green Art School

Exposing Ourselves to Art

Darkroom Safety

Cedric Green and History

innovation : art safety III

Unexplained Crystals

The Contemporary Printmaker

Stone Lithography

Safe Solvents

Keith Howard Play

Not dying for Art

What is Photopolymer Film


Photopolymer content

Perfect Registration

Hazardous Materials

Exposed to Art

Digital Halftone intaglio

Color Intaglio Master Prints

Color Inversion Intaglio

Klein Letters

Elizabeth Dove Aquatint Screen

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Health in The Arts

Lead Hazards in Art and Craft

Cedric Green Photo History

Akua Inks

Litho Toner Wash

Adhesives and Toxicity

Lead Hazards


Lead and Type

Silkscreen Printing


H+S Content

Kitchen Litho

Lithography Content

Offset Printing

Reproduction Risks

Polyester Plate Lithography

Printmaking Resources

Waterbased Silkscreen

What is Industrial Hygiene

health science + art safety V

Sculpture: Woodworking

Emergency Equipment

Eye and Face Protection


Sculpture: Welding

Hazardous Reactions

Solvents used in the Arts

Silicosis in Pottery

Spray Foam Exposure

Ventilation of toxic Substances

Painting and Drawing

Substitution Manifesto, 1989

Safer Substitutes A. Babin

Paint Removers


Pigment Safety – A. Babin

Lead in the Pottery Studio