Earlier this year, we enquired of a local lampwork artist if she would be interested in making some new mini-mullers to replenish our depleted stock. She responded enthusicastically and made a batch for us that included not only the plain mini-mullers that we sell as a set with the 4×4″ grinding plates, and some fancy lampwork mullers to add to our existing collection, but also some novel borosilicate glass mini-mullers, with a larger-gauge handle for better grip.
As is always the case with hand-made items, there is some variability in the individual pieces, so you can be assured of a completely unique item! Let us choose one for you today!
As you know by now, we’re a small company with a big heart.
I worried that our Scarlet Red (PAR 11) is a bit pricey, but affordable reds are hard to find.
I think our watercolorists and oil painters would like Alizarin Crimson for their florals and skin tones. So we got samples in and I swatch-tested them against our existing Scarlet Red (PAR 11).
We’re looking for your preference among these “test” reds. Send us an email to let us know which ones you like.
Please vote for 2 –
De Medici Red
We’ll order the winning pigments to have them in stock before the Holidays, and, before Watercolor Live. We are a Silver Sponsor! Another Blog post will give lots of details if you didn’t get to enjoy Plein Air Live or Realism Live. If you haven’t signed up, please use this link.