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Mix with Silver Demi Palette - 12 Mini Pans

Mix with Silver Demi Palette - 12 Mini Pans

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Enjoy 12 of our watercolors with the Demi Palette of Art Toolkit - compact and ready for your creative journey.

In this set, we include the colors: 

Color No. 1 - Red ochre - Rosario soil series (#Ox102) - From Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico; The dark reddish-brown color of this soil originates exclusively from the western region of Puerto Rico and is formed from serpentinite rock. This soil is notable for its high clay and iron oxide content and manganese-iron concretions, resulting in a deeper and more vibrant hue.

Color No. 2 - Yellow ochre - Coto soil series (#Ox112) - From Isabela, Puerto Rico; The ocher shade of this pigment originates from soils prevalent in the central and northeastern parts of Puerto Rico. The unique color of these soils can be attributed to the abundance of clay minerals known as goethite.

Color No. 5 - Brown - Daguey-Humatas (#OxUlts) - From Mayagüez, Puerto Rico; This color is the product of an association of soils from the Daguey and Humatas series. A soil association refers to units composed of multiple types of soils. Soil series can form Catenas (sequences of soils) within the same landscape when they share common characteristics in their formation processes.

Color No. 6 -  Gray - Cuchillas soil series (#Epts372) From Yauco, Puerto Rico; The gray hue of this pigment is derived from a soil belonging to the Inceptisol order, which is the most prevalent soil order in Puerto Rico. The Cuchillas soils are formed from volcanic rock as their parent material and possess a loamy-silty texture. Interestingly, some layers of this soil have a soft and powdery feel, akin to touching baby talcum powder.

Color No.7 Purple 1 - Los Guineos soil series (#Ox179) From Carite, Puerto Rico (see info No.12)

Color No. 8 - Blue - Blend indigo plant, 3D Clays and Cuchillas soil series 

The blue color of this palette is the result of an alchemical process, mimicking ancient Mayan techniques in which the botanical pigment from the Indigofera sp. plant is bound to three-dimensional clays.

Color No. 9  - Coral - Los Guineos soil series (#Ox184c) From Carite, Puerto Rico (see info No.12)

Color No. 10 - Pink - Los Guineos soil series (#Ox742) From Carite, Puerto Rico (see info No.12)

Color No. 11 -  Green - Parental Material (#MP7740) From San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico 

Color No. 13 - College Blue (#Alfs26in) From State College, PA; This blue comes from the alchemy of botanical pigments from the indigo plant fixed in a matrix of 3D clays. The magic comes from having an undertone of brown (burnt umber) from the Opequon soil series.

Color No. 16 - Red purplish - Calvin soil series (#Epts322) Port Matilda, PA; The deep reddish-brown hue is sourced from the Calvin soil series, which consists of soils developed from the residual deposits of red, non-calcareous shale, siltstone, and sandstone. These soils are widespread, so take a drive around Happy Valley and admire the reddish soils that adorn the landscape.

Color No. 18 - Light brown-greenish - Opequon soil series (#Alfs26) State College, PA; The brown shade is sourced from the Opequon soil series, a shallow soil rich in limestone. The brown hue reflects the raw color of the upper horizons of this soil.


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