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Full set of ten half pans of watercolor natural paint handmade from local stone.
Set of 6 half pans of watercolor paint handmade from local stone.
Set of four half pans of watercolor paint handmade from local stone.
Hand bound by Wildland Press, this book features 15 pages of 140lb (300GSM) Canson archival watercolor paper, a card with sample quantities of all 10 of my natural stone watercolor paints, and a brush.
Made from a local chalk, this is another complex pigment.
This is a creamy paint with a velvety finish when it dries.
The orange ochre color is more rich than photos can capture – velvety and deep.
Warm and rich, this brown is so deep and velvety that it’s almost black.
This paint can give effects from a hazy mist to a completely opaque olive green, depending on how much water you use.
This paint can be used as a transparent wash or loaded up for a pea green opaque accent.
One half pan of watercolor paint handmade from local stone.
This rich, deep black was made from the coal that put Madrid, New Mexico on the map.
Purple Earth is a good name for this paint, but doesn’t do justice to the complexity of the color.
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