Today’s Yellow Ochre is almost entirely made in a lab but don’t let that keep you from choosing this originally earth based paint in the painting of earth subjects.
“Red is obviously such a stimulating color, it has so many connotations.”P.J. Harvey Quinacridone Red and its Quin siblings, Rose and Magenta, cannot call up an intriguing history. No ancient minerals or archaic farming practices discovered these beautiful bluish reds. No Old Masters can be credited with having discovered this gloriously rich red family. All … Continue reading Colorful Fridays-The Rosy Red Siblings
Drawing in the details before painting of a second and third flower is a great way to add to a previously finished painting
Adding to painting can be done with a minimum of risk following these simple steps.
A wonderful dark red but it pays to read the label before buying. Not all Alizarin Crimsons are created equal.