American Canvas Repaint is a twin project of the Canvas Repaint project created by the Dutch artist Daan den Houter in 2002. Since then, Houter has been inviting artists in the Rotterdam area to create a painting over the very same canvas. Over 140 artists have made paintings on this canvas, and the painting(s) have been regularly exhibited at De Aanschouw, the smallest gallery of Rotterdam. American Canvas Repaint, this twin version of the project of the other side of the Atlantic, will be handled by different facilitators and curatorial initiatives, starting with Aitor Lajarin-Encina from DXIX, an artist-run project based in Colorado and California. The overall project is a nomad adventure that will not be tied to a fixed location, incorporating new artists, and meeting new audiences while traveling across American territories and regions. Currently, the canvas is hosted by Wolverine Farm Letterpress and Public House, a non-profit literary and arts organization based in Fort Collins, Colorado. The canvas’ journey will end, sometime, somewhere, with the publication of a book that will document all the paintings, forgive the repetition, made on the same painting.