Papermaking on a cylinder mould. Making paper using a cylinder mould is a traditional process which produces very high quality papers similar to handmade paper. ARCHES® has been using this method since 1895.Read more
The LUMENS exhibition taking place at the Musée régional de Rimouski (Quebec) until 25 September 2016 is showing about forty works by eleven artists who work with light as a subject and as a material in its own right.Read more
It is ARCHES® Platine 310 gsm paper that master printer Martin Axon has chosen to reveal the beauty of the photos taken by the famous photographer Michael O’Neill.Read more
106.7 x 800 cm - that's the final size of the fresco painted by Patrick Stavaraski, of the COBRA gallery, in acrylic and ink during the European Artistic Crafts Days last April.Read more
The natural cotton fibres most used for most of its production give the ARCHES® paper elegance and strength. With the subtleties of the grain, they give the paper a touch and a ″bulk″ that are greatly appreciated.
ARCHES® is the only paper mill in the world to gelatin size its watercolour paper “to the core”.