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Anita Romero Jones Our Lady of Guadalupe, 1978 Courtesy The Albuquerque Museum (Museum Purchase, NEA Purchase Grant) PC1979.92.1

Santos: Substance and Soul Presentation – Acrylic Performance on Wood

In August 2001, the Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education (SCMRE) in conjunction with the traveling exhibit “Santos: Substance & Soul,” presented a 4 day seminar cosponsored by the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives, College of Santa Fe, the National Hispanic Cultural Center, and the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. As part of a […]

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FluidInterference

10 Fluid Interference Colors

What’s New! Interference colors, previously only available in heavy body consistency, are now available in a fluid viscosity. Four unique pigments and six popular interference colors from the heavy body line further enhance the extensive color selection of this fine art product category. These versatile colors mix easily with GOLDEN fluids, heavy body, gels, and […]

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Golden Matte Medium over Golden Black Gesso, Raw Canvas, and Golden Gesso

Technical Forum Q&A

At Golden Artist Colors we want to know what artists are doing and dreaming of trying with our products; and we want to be responsive to inquiries about the technical characteristics of the product. Our commitment is to offer qualified expertise via artists and paint systems specialists who are familiar with the chemical properties of […]

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Watching Paint Dry

Watching Paint Dry – A way of life at Golden Artist Colors

Golden Artist Colors has been actively involved in research in acrylic paint technology and issues in acrylic paintings conservation for over 14 years. We have contributed research on discoloration of acrylic medium and written many articles on the technical properties of acrylic paint and paint formulation. These have included understanding the drying process of acrylics, […]

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