DRY PIGMENTS are fine coloured particles of different chemical origins, which are used to produce the colour in all different types of paints. In the past, the majority of pigments used by artists came from natural sources. Today however, with the progress of modern chemistry, the artist’s palette has grown considerably through the introduction of new pigments such as cadmium, cobalt, titanium and organics.
Working with dry pigments enables artists to make their own paints according to their specific tastes and expectations. Kama’s range of colours only includes pigments that have been selected both for their chemical purity and light fastness.