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Individual Packets, Natural Pigments

Our radiant Natural Earth pigments in individual 3 oz. packets. Each packet makes the equivalent of one medium-sized tube of professional oil paint when mixed with walnut or linseed oil. New! "Mayan Red" and "Mayan Turquoise" now available!     Note on "Mayan" Pigments: The volume of these pigments is three times that of our other pigments; so the price appears higher but you're actually getting three times more pigment. Learn about our Natural Pigments here... About our Natural Pigments…

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from The Earth Pigments Company, LLC

Complete Earth and Ocher Pigment Set

Natural pigments for painting from the Earth Pigments company. They also sell natural binders and have recipes and lots of information on their website.

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Every room in my home is painted with this natural clay paint that's easy to make, economical, and gives my home a beautiful, soft, adobe-like look. I get compliments from all my guests! Supplies Needed: drill with paint mixer attachment bucket flour borax Natural Earth Pigments fine sand (optional)

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Rare earth pigments in dry jars used by painters with several types of mediums as egg yolk, oils, gum arabica, sugar to make dry pastels and acrylics to mention a few tempering methods.

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Lena Nyadbi, Jimbala Country, 2001; 119.5 x 89.5 cm natural earth pigments and synthetic binder on canvas; find it here too: http://www.deutscherandhackett.com/search/node/Lena%20Nyadbi

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from Etsy

FRENCH HANDMADE PIGMENT Pastels Soft Dry Artists' Quality Natural Pigment Pastels Made from Earth Pigments

I love pastels, these ones are beautiful! FRENCH HANDMADE PIGMENT Pastels Soft Dry Artists' Quality Natural Pigment Pastels Made from Earth Pigments

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Lemon Yellow Ochre: Is a natural earth pigment that has been used since the beginning of human civilization from ancient Egypt. Ochre was a pigment commonly used in fresco wall paintings. Ochre is an earthen-clay that contains various levels of iron to create its yellow pigment. Ochre also commonly appears in tempera and oil paintings throughout history. It is very light fast and non-toxic pigment.

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