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The World's First Natural Varnish Has Arrived!!!!

The World's First Natural Varnish Has Arrived!!!!

Posted by Leah Fanning on Jan 8th 2020

After 2 years of development by a Master Varnish Formulator, a truly non-toxic and natural varnish is finally available here!This varnish is perfect for all paintings, wood-working, crafts, rock art, etc. Made with all food-grade ingredients and based on time tested recipes from the Renaissance, this product is long lasting, fast drying and toxin free....
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Interview with Earth Artist, David Popa

Interview with Earth Artist, David Popa

Nov 13th 2019

David Popa has invented a breathtaking new art form that follows in the footsteps of Andy Goldworthy. He was born and raised in NYC and currently lives and paints in Espoo, Finland with his wife and daughter.  He creates phenomenal, large scale works of art directly in nature that only exist for a short while. Documenting the work through the use of photography and drone videography has become an integral part of Popa’s proces...
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Interview with Andrea Moni: Earth & Ocean Artist

Interview with Andrea Moni: Earth & Ocean Artist

Posted by Leah Fanning on Oct 1st 2019

Andrea Moni's art struck me with a sense of power and vulnerability the first time I saw it. And I fell in love with it even more after learning the story behind it and the process. In 2015 Andrea was seriously burned in a traumatic accident and her work then shifted towards collaboration and healing. She uses earth pigments, egg yolks and ocean water to create stunning paintings oceanside. She decided to extend her circle of healing to othe...
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DIY Pinwheel with Natural Earth Paint

DIY Pinwheel with Natural Earth Paint

Jun 29th 2019

Looking for a fun craft to do with the kids on the 4th of July? Pinwheels are an easy DIY for kids to make and play with, and can be made with supplies you probably already have around the house! Materials: Heavy paper/thin cardboard Scissors Natural Earth Paint Paint brushes Pencils with erasers still intact (one per pinwheel) Push pins (one per pinwheel) Let's get started! Step 1. I used the red and...
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