Paint with the colors of natural sunlight. I’m talking about Ellen Kennon’s full spectrum paints. She’s a Louisiana business that has developed a line of paints that are blended from pigments that correlate with the seven hues of natural sunlight. She uses seven pigments, instead of 2 or 3 pigments like other paints, and she doesn’t use black pigment so the color doesn’t get muddy.
As her website says, “the results are paints that react in subtle, yet very powerful ways to a discerning eye.” The paint reflects a broader range of light, and coordinates more easily with the colors around them.
Not only do these paint colors work well with the natural materials around them, they work well with each other.
For more information go to www.ellenkennon.com
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