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    Watercolor materials

    On the contrary to the popular concept that art needs so MANY materials.
    Watercolor materials are more simple and intuitive than you think.

    Art and Design

    Design.. is the creative process of choosing.
    How can you design your own painting?
    Every creative process, designing your garden, a building, a symphony, we all go through the same process.
    Decisions decisions..
    Media, Colors, Composition, Format.. etc.
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    The Zorn palette

    Yellow Ochre, Vermillion, Ivory Black and Flake White.
    Which translates now to Yellow Ochre, Cadmium red Pale, Ivory Black and Titanium White.
    Anders Leonard Zorn (1860 to 1920) a Swedish artist greatly acclaimed internationally for his portraits, including those of several American presidents, was also famous for frequently using a limited palette of just four pigments.

    Escargot

    That look.. One comes before the Lion roars.. for one last time. Date1983 Mediumoil on canvas MeasurementsH 106.6 x W 152.2 cm Work typePainting SignatureSigned by artist on the front PrintsAvailable (10 signed) Accession numberLEEUA1986.4 Acquisition donated by the...

    Morihei Ueshiba

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    That look.. One comes before the Lion roars.. for one last time. Date1983 Mediumoil on canvas Measurements Work typePainting SignatureSigned by artist on the front PrintsAvailable (10 signed) Accession number Acquisition That look.. One comes before the Lion roars.....

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