Natural pigments, watercolor paints, plant dyes & inks

Masterclass & Interactive workshop: “Radically Sustainable Watercolors”

22nd May 2021

Do you want to learn to make sustainable and natural non-toxic watercolors?  

Are you an artist or someone like me who uses watercolors as a medium of expression?  Do you want to create something that doesn’t harm our environment? Well, you need not come up with some eco-friendly innovation to create art. Throughout the ages, nature has been an apothecary of arts. One can obtain myriad hues of beautiful pigments from nature. Natural pigments are the purest form of color and their ability to generate a vibrant hue is unparalleled.

However, a common misconception is that earth, minerals &  natural organic pigments are “non-toxic because they are natural”.  Earth, rocks, and plants can have properties that could potentially be toxic or even lethal to human life; subject to the context of use and the degree of its acute and/or cumulative exposure.

So, which natural watercolors are toxic/non-toxic? Which are sustainable? Which are finite, but nevertheless are abundant enough to last millennia?

These are the topics that were addressed during my webinar and interactive workshop held on the 29th of May 2021.

If you had missed it, click on the link below to access it.

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A personal guide to environment-friendly art supplies, personal health& safety.

You will gain insights into the following :

Your Watercolor Paintmaking workbench
– Tool kit required.
– How to create a safe working space.
– Personal safety and environmental aspects.

Pigment essentials
– Toxic and non-toxic pigments.
– Which pigments you should select – and why?
– How/where to source sustainable pigments?

Quality control
– How to control and ensure the quality of your watercolor paint.

Q&A / AMA 
– I will answer all your questions on watercolor paintmaking to the best of my ability!

Sustainability is not a nicety. It is a requirement! It gives me great joy to share my passion for creating art using sustainable and non-toxic watercolors and integrating conceptual ideas of sustainability into the creative process.




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