Catskill Mountain Sienna, Dry Natural & Hand-made Iron Oxide Mineral Pigment, 2 oz jar

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Made in Hunter, New York

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2 oz jar filled with powdered mineral pigment ready to use.
Pigment was hand made using ancient technique from Catskill Mountain shale.
Shale is rich in iron oxide & hematite, which makes it a beautiful brick-red sienna color.

Mix/mull well with water, gum arabic, honey, or oil painting medium (linseed oil reccomended).
Each jar comes with a little note about the rock used to create the pigment and where it was found.
Depending on what scale you work in, this jar could last for about 5-6 medium sized paintings.

Make your own rock paint! A great gift for the artist in your life.
Handmade with love in the Catskills <3


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