Melissa Meyer: Paintings & Watercolors

Melissa Meyer: Paintings & Watercolors

A watercolor is the medium or the resulting artwork in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water soluble vehicle. The term “water media” refers to any painting medium that uses water as a solvent and that can be applied with a brush, pen or sprayer. The majority of paints sold are in collapsible metal tubes. Watercolor paints are customarily evaluated on a few key attributes. A staining paint is difficult to remove or lift from the painting support after it has been applied or dried. Granulation refers to the appearance of separate, visible pigment particles in the finished color.

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Melissa Meyer: Paintings & Watercolors

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