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The turquoise ocean


There are many pleasures that come with painting. The pleasure of the colors, the pleasure of the effect of the paper, the pleasure of the results. Daniel Smith Watercolors has actually formulated colors made from semi-precious stones. Most of them are not too impressive to me, but there is one that I really like. I have mixed feelings about it, because to make the paint, they have to crush the stones. The ocean in this painting is pigment from the Sleeping Beauty Turquoise mine. I use this color often but have never mentioned what it is before. This is another postcard on the 600 pound handmade Indian Village paper. It is really satisfying to paint on it. It seems to help me paint. Come here, touch here, go there, add here…

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  1. IntenseGuy
    September 2nd, 2014 at 06:17 | #1

    That paper must be might stiff!!!

    And your painting looks wonderful – I love the shades of blue and green.

  2. September 1st, 2014 at 17:35 | #2

    This paper looks like fun! It must be thick since it is 600 lb. I like what you are creating on it, Mimi.

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