Each pigment is made of at least 3 distinct natural elements. No single pigment watercolors here. My goal is to create highly pigmented colors that act a bit chameleon-like as your brush hits the paper. So will you ever see just one color in a dried swath of my watercolors - no.
D E T A I L S
Note: Due to the handmade nature of the watercolors, surface cracking, bubbles, & imperfections are normal & will not affect use. Pans are filled to the surface or just above.
|Wave||A more lively version of the classic cerulean blue with extra vibrancy and all the sheerness you'd expect from its classic inspiration.
|Zion||A slightly opaque, vibrant, velvety subtle orangey-red.|
|*Field Billow||Sheer emerald with a hint of forest green, blended with a moderately opaque medium olive.|
|Sandstone||Inspired by the rugged earth of Southern Utah. Slightly opaque and loves to travel and bloom in water!
|Sunny||A moderately earthy yellow that when dry reveals moments ranging from mustard to deep ochre.|
|Wahweap||A berry pink with a creamy texture that dries more sheer than you'd expect.|
|Brook||A spirited green, with aqua undertones. Sheer but saturated.|
|Prickly Pear||Vibrant and slightly opaque. Reveals moments of raspberry and fuchsia as pigment dries.|
|*Earth Billow||An opaque brick red, swirled with a slightly sheer terracotta hue.|
|*River Billow||Sheer cerulean-like blue with a slight fluorescent punch, swirled with a creamy, opaque stormy sky blue.|
|Morning||Chameleon pinks reveal themselves as this sheer pigment dries on the page.|
|Leaf||A highly sheer and clean, yellow-infused soft green.|