This listing is for a half pan, full pan or bottle cap of Spring Green watercolor paint. Spring Green is a Ruby Mountain exclusive color, and is a interesting color because of the way the pigments separate in washes. Although mainly a yellowy green, Spring Green sometimes exhibits bits of blue or yellow. It is a green hue, custom mixed from multiple pigments to provide unexpected and surprising results.
A small magnet can be added to the pan or cap, at no cost, to allow it to stick to any metal tin, if the artist prefers. Please be sure to select that option. Bottle caps are equivalent in amount of paint to a generous full pan.
Ruby Mountain Paint Company specializes in micro-batch, artisanal watercolors using pigments sourced from around the world. Our paints are always non-toxic, lovingly hand poured into whole pans, half pans, or bottle caps. These are not commercially made paints squeezed into pans, but carefully handcrafted, high quality watercolors for all types of artists. Each color is made from pure, artist-grade pigments and our own all natural binder formula, which includes gum arabic, local honey, and a time-honored, clove essential oil as a preservative. Each pigment is mulled by hand until it is the proper, luscious consistency. Each pan is poured once, slowly cured, then topped off so that the pans are as full as possible.
Mar 31, 2018 by Cmoo14
Love it, perfect! Flows great with character! Awesome!!☺❤🎨
Mar 8, 2018 by Margot Guerrera
A seller with great communication and lovely paints! It's only been a few days but this unique color seems to have found a permanent place in my palette. ♥️
Feb 24, 2018 by Amanda
an absolutely gorgeous transparent green. it fairly glows! thank you for the fast shipping and the generous sample dots... gonna order some of that mango when i see it in your shop next. : )
Feb 17, 2018 by florine
There is no other paint like this. I have bought handmade watercolor from over 15 sellers and have never come across a green that is this exciting to work with. I actually bought a second pan because I never want to accidentally run out of this.