Premium Mounted Boards for Charcoal, Pencil and Pastel Artists


The Most Durable & Dent Resistant Board on the Market

UART Premium Mounted Boards

UART’s newest mounted boards are made from a strong PVC material that is the perfect solution for plein air artists or artists alike that are looking for the convenience of UART’s sanded pastel paper pre-mounted on what we believe is the most durable and dent resistant board on the market.


Right Choice to Meet Every Artist’s Preferences

UART Premium Mounted Boards

UART’s borderless mounted boards are only 1/8” thick and lightweight making it the right choice for artists on the go. Each board is mounted to the edge with UART Premium Sanded Pastel Paper allowing a consistent texture every time for pastel, charcoal and pencil, and is pH neutral, acid free and capable of handling any type of wet media including watercolor, alcohol and oil washes.


Size & Grade Options

UART Premium Mounted Boards are available in a variety of sizes and grades.

UART Premium Mounted Boards

Premium Mounted Boards – (all sizes in inches)

  • 9 x 12
  • 12 x 16
  • 18 x 24

Available in different grades ensuring you can create with confidence, knowing that your paper has the same grade from corner to corner every time you sketch or paint.
Grades: • 240 • 280 • 320 • 400 • 500 • 600 • 800


Testimonials

“As a pastel painter who is constantly on the go teaching workshops and painting on location, I need a durable, consistent surface that handles rigorous underpainting techniques and pigment buildup.

The new UART Premium Mounted Boards meet every need in one excellent surface, all while being very light and durable. Better yet, the enclosed clear re-sealable packaging serves as the perfect protection for my finished studies that can be packed away safely in my backpack without any harm to the painting! The UART Premium Mounted Boards have exceeded my expectations.”

Alain J. Picard

www.picardstudio.com

 

“The 400 Grit was ideal. I enjoyed how quickly my alcohol stain set up with no buckling. The rest of the process was very similar to the 400 grit pastel paper. It was easy to use and a joy to create on.

— Lorenzo Chavez

www.lorenzochavez.com