I've been mounting some of my watercolours onto wood...one onto a panel that I've framed in gold and the other 4 onto deep cradled panels. I love how they look. The images are direct painted landscapes (no prior drawing) based on processes I have loved by Canadian artists Toni Onley & Reta Cowley. I only learned about Reta recently as I had forgotten a pencil on a plein air trip and a generous artist mentioned her...she lived in a tiny house in Saskatoon and took full and half sheets of watercolour paper out into the prairies with her. Toni was an artist from British Columbia who would fly to remote places to paint...he used very limited supplies including 1/4 sheets of watercolour paper and a Chinese bamboo brush which he would bury once it had been used up as it was totally organic.