I have purchased several 5x5 sheets of baltic plywood that I intend to execute oil paintings on. I have not used this plywood for my art before. When I was a student I was told not to use plywood as a support for my art i.e. it would de-lamanate or worse over time therefor it was not good for art. I need to know the best archival preparation for the Baltic Plywood for my oil painting? I have on hand Valspar Medallion 100% acrylic primer interior primer and Liquitex clear gesso or I will acquire what you think best if I need.
P.S. above is a photo of the support for the first painting I will do. FYI I paint in the renaissance technique of under painting and glazes.