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Embracing The Process with Tasha Cathey

Embracing The Process with Tasha Cathey

Posted by Tasha Cathey on Sep 12th 2020

Hi Tasha, thanks so much for taking the time to talk with us about your love for natural pigments! Could you please tell us a little bit more about your personal history that led you on your artistic journey? How did you first learn about painting and natural pigments?My journey into painting has been a recent endeavor. My husband and I moved to a new city for his medical program a couple years ago and my photography business took a minor hiatus...
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Face Painting Tips & Tricks

Face Painting Tips & Tricks

Posted by Leah Fanning on Aug 4th 2020

Here are some tips and techniques for using your Natural Face Paints!Application:Use the enclosed makeup sponge to blend colors, create a soft, hazy look, or coat the entire face with one color.Use tiny brushes and eyeshadow applicators for finer details- don't forget to rinse all the brushes with soap and water after use so they'll be ready for your next application!Moisten your applicators before dipping them in the face paints to make the...
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The Benefits of Natural Earth Paints

The Benefits of Natural Earth Paints

Posted by Leah Fanning on Jul 30th 2020

We are proud that Natural Earth Paints are one of the safest paint products on the market. They are safe for you, your child, and the planet. Because of their undiluted purity, these paints have a time-tested durability of thousands of years. Here are some of their benefits:Archival: Pure pigments are the most permanent of all pigments, lasting thousands of years.Superior Quality: There are no added fillers, additives, preservatives or stabilizer...
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Leah's Eco-friendly Oil Painting Guide

Leah's Eco-friendly Oil Painting Guide

Posted by Leah Fanning on Jul 30th 2020

Leah's Eco-friendly Oil Painting Guide: How to Eliminate All Toxins from the Oil Painting ProcessSolvents such as turpentine, paint thinner, mineral spirits, and varnish emit toxic Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) as they dry. When poured down the sink, they send harsh toxins into our water supply. They also continue to off-gas from your finished paintings. The use of solvents as a paint thinner and brush cleaner is a relatively recent developme...
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