I did find time to work on this further. Actually, all three methods worked quite well. "Glueing" (Yes brand glue) a plain paper the silver gelatin (fiber based) print works nicely. Heat pressing (I always considered that a form of glueing) the Silver Gelatin print to plain paper also works great. Perhaps better than Yes glue! I had expected dry mount problems, because you use so much heat in encaustics, but the dry mounted print is actually flatter after lots of heating cycles than the Yes glue print (both are quite good). Lastly, a Liquid Light print works great.
Both the Yes glue and dry mount prints were Foma fiber based paper mounted to BFK paper. The Liquid Light paper was a watercolor paper.
So, I've got lots of options, now all I need to do is make something worth showing!!!!!
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