I brought my pigments, paper and brushes with me on a trip to Qatar to visit my husband while he was working over there. While he was away, I spent my time painting with my Ozark pigments on the other side of the globe.
To see the process of making this painting, click HERE.
Brown sandstone, russet sandstone, charred wood, yellow sandstone, green siltstone.
Reference Image Credits
Photo by Terry Stanfill.
All of my prints are processed in house with a professional giclée art printer using archival inks. The paper is archival watercolor paper for high quality prints.
Notecards are 4 x 5.5″, blank inside, and printed on the same professional printer as my prints. Each are packaged in a clear bag with an envelope and the insert that tells the story of how I began my watercolor journey with Ozark pigments. All of my artwork is available on notecards, and you can mix and match to order a set of 5 for a discount. Sets are not individually packaged, but are attractively presented together in a box. Click here to find out more about notecard sets. (Will link when listing is live. in the meantime, email me at email@example.com to order a set. I’ll invoice you.)
This artwork is not yet available as an NFT. If you’d like to mint one, let me know!
All of my paintings begin with foraging for rocks, bones, clay, or other pigment sources. If you’d like to read a little more about my life of foraging for rocks, read this post: She Delivers in Spades. If you’d like to see how the paints are actually made, read this post: Making Smooth Paint from Rock Dust.
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