Stoneground Paint Co. Peacock Blue Gouache
Stoneground Gouache is a water-based media that dries to an opaque, matte finish. Peacock Blue gouache is a jewel-toned blue-green that was inspired by the vibrant feathers of the peacock.
Artist Notes: Stoneground Gouache Peacock Blue mixes well with other colours and can be used in full strength for enchanting darks. Combine with Maritime Pine for colours found at the horizon of landscape studies, or mix it with Nickel Titanium Yellow for intense greens.
Paint Maker’s Notes: Peacock Blue is a combination of Ultramarine Blue (PB 29) and Phthalo Green Blue Shade (PG 7).
- Size: Half Pan
- Opacity: Opaque
- Pigment Number: PB29
- Pigment Type: Synthetic organic
- Composition: Complex silicate of sodium and aluminum with sulfur + Chlorinated copper phthalocyanine.
- Lightfastness: Not Rated
- Toxicity: Non-Toxic
Introducing Stoneground’s New LUCKY 13 Gouache Collection! This is our favourite launch to date. Thirteen jewel-inspired hues that are versatile, vibrant, and absolutely perfect for capturing late summer and autumn landscapes.
This release includes four new single pigment hues: Mars Yellow, Mars Red Light, and Mars Red Oxblood, and Nickel Titanium Yellow. Nine additional hues were also developed to supplement the original gouache collection. Sunflower, Clementine, Strawberry Fields, Beetroot Purple, Hellebore Purple, Peacock Blue, Maritime Pine, Green Gold, and Forest Floor.
Combine the new yellows (Nickel Titanium Yellow, Sunflower and Mars Yellow) with the newest purples (Beetroot and Hellebore) to create beautiful browns for fall foliage and dried leaves. Use Clementine for vibrant hits of orange in autumn botanicals, or combine it with Nickel Titanium Yellow for the perfect sunset glow in landscape paintings.
Stoneground Paint Co. creates their handmade gouache by combining the world’s finest pigments as well as premium French chalk with a binder made from water, Gum Arabic, and honey. Easily mix colors with one another and use them interchangeably with Stoneground watercolour paint.
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