Earth Pigments | Hand-milled Colors from the Ozarks
Colors of the Ozarks
Hand-milled earth pigments to make natural paints or to use in crafts. These colors come from stones or clays collected and ground by Madison Woods. Most of the colors are from locally sourced materials, but she collects rocks wherever she goes. Any non-Ozark sources will be noted in product descriptions.
Release date is Sept. 16, 2018. Sign up for my newsletter for announcements.
Soul of the Ozarks Collection No. 1
Six colors (2 full pans and 4 half-pans). These are all native to the Ozarks colors, hand-collected, hand-milled, and hand-made watercolor paints.
There will be 8 sets of the first collection of colors (Soul of the Ozarks, Collection No. 1) delivered to Kingston Square Arts in Kingston, AR on Sept. 16. Three of those are already spoken for, and I’ve already pre-sold all of the extra sets I had to list in the shop here at Wild Ozark.
Follow @wildozark on Instagram to keep up with day to day activities and catch the opportunity to pre-order as paints and paintings are being created!
If you want to reserve one of the six remaining sets, please email [email protected] or call (479) 665-2559 and ask for a PayPal invoice to be sent to you if you want them shipped. If you can come in to pick them up, mention that and they’ll put them in a bag with your name on it. The gallery is open from 10 am to 6 pm, Thursday through Sunday.