Thanks to a special connection, one lucky ballet school received a magical, growing Christmas tree for their production of “The Nutcracker” – painted by acclaimed scenic designer Alain Vaes!
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Props artisan Karestin Harrison shares two of her favorite recipes for creating fake food that can be used in theatre or film/video productions.
The team at the Derse marketing agency uses a blend of Rosco Fluorescent Paints to add the electric “pop” needed to create the neon Volt color seen inside Nike Stores across the United States.
Furniture artist Jenna Goldberg recently shared her passion for our vibrant Supersaturated paint colors with furniture designers from around the world at the Furniture Society Conference in Philadelphia.
Master Carpenter for the L.A. Pierce College Theatre Department, John H. Jones creates a plank wood floor with Rosco Scenic Paint!
Scenic Designer Tammy Honesty and her scenic painter Ely Mattson describe how they successfully used Rosco CrystalGel to prime some powder coated corrugated steel so they could paint it for a production of Andrew Lippa’s “Wild Party.”
Scenic artist Donna Wymore ‘inherited’ a large (20’H x 46’W), carnation pink backdrop. However, the drop, which was painted on linen, was splotchy and inconsistent. “The backdrop had areas of linen that were solid paint and other parts that were not. This was especially apparent once the drop was lit – it was a big,…
Heidi Hoffer is a scenographer, scenic designer and lighting designer for theatre, opera & musicals, and a professor of design at Oklahoma State University’s Department of Theatre. She was a Fulbright Scholar in South Africa for 13 months to research, design shows, review curricula, conduct professional workshops, and teach theatre classes. Below Heidi shares her experience…
Scenic artist Helen McCarthy tells her story how Rosco FlexCoat protected her installation from the unique tortures only Burning Man can provide.
The phrase “All the World’s a Stage” is a well-known line from As You Like It, but for theatre-goers in Scotland, this famous Shakespearian line now has an extra special meaning. It’s the title of the stunning new mural by John Byrne that adorns the 85 square meter dome of the King’s Theatre in Edinburgh. …