Scenic Artist Tim Parati used Rosco Invisible Blue Fluorescent Paint to create large, glowing scenery for a production of “Pete The Cat” at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.
Scenic Artist, Rachael Claxton, describes three ingenious ways to put Rosco CrystalGel to work in your next scenic art project.
Scenic Artist, Angelique Powers, shares her technique for creating realistic faux steel, which she put to work on “Dutchman” and “The Owl Answers” at Penumbra Theatre.
Scenic Artist, Jamie Clausius, shares her rediscovery of schlepitchka – and other inventive scenic art techniques – for a backdrop project she painted for Tobins Lake Studios.
Scenic Artist Tammy Honesty shares how she discovered Rosco’s Premiere Clear – and all of the advantages it has to offer – while searching out a high-gloss top coat for staircase set-piece she was painting.
Scenic Artist Laura Scheving shares her recent project that highlights how to create marvelous sunrise and sunset backdrop effects with Rosco Scenic Paints.
Scenic artists at Perry Scenic Creative used Rosco Fluorescent and VividFX Scenic Paints to create bold colours for the “Flower of Life” artwork seen on stage during Coldplay’s “A Head Full of Dreams” tour.
Scenic artist Rachael Claxton shares her favorite new technique for creating a realistic lawn on stage.
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!
The artisans that create the floats for the Toronto Santa Claus Parade use a variety of Rosco scenic products to bring their characters to life.