Thursday, September 17, 2009

Dave Palumbo

my palette typically has the following colors laid out: Titanium White, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Brilliant Pink, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Scarlet, Montserrat Orange, Cadmium Orange, Scheveningen Yellow Deep, Nickle Titanium Yellow, Naples Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Cinnabar Green Light Extra, Sap Green, Chromium Oxide, Windsor Green, Cobalt Turquoise, French Ultramarine Blue, Prussian Blue, Kings Blue Deep, Old Holland Violet Gray. Not to say that I use every color in every painting, typically maybe about half, just as I need them. I only put out a little at a time to avoid waste, using a glass palette in a tupperware box to help keep them fresh. I keep my turp in a jar with a lid so I don't have to toss it until it gets dirty. I leave it all set up so there's not much to it. I turn on my lights, open my turp and palette and maybe freshen up a color or two, pick out my brushes and go to work. Takes about 1 minute

Titanium White
Permanent Alizarin Crimson (WN)
Brilliant Pink (Old Holland)
Cadmium Red
Cadmium Scarlet (WN)
Montserrat Orange (Williamsburg)
Cadmium Orange
Scheveningen Yellow Deep (Old Holland)
Nickle Titanium Yellow (Old Holland)
Naples Yellow (Williamsburg? WN?)
Yellow Ochre (WN)
Cinnabar Green Light Extra (Old Holland)
Sap Green (Williamsburg? WN?)
Chromium Oxide (Williamsburg)
Winsor Green (WN)
Cobalt Turquoise (WN)
French Ultramarine Blue (WN)
Prussian Blue
Kings Blue Deep (Old Holland)
Old Holland Violet Gray (Old Holland)

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