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yellow shades of paint
    shades of
  • something that reminds you of someone or something; "aren't there shades of 1948 here?"
  • Shades Of is the first album by funeral doom band Shape of Despair. Unlike their other albums, it has a mainly solid guitar sound all the way through that is constantly played. Their more recent releases, for example Illusion's Play have more ambience.
    yellow
  • yellow color or pigment; the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons
  • of the color intermediate between green and orange in the color spectrum; of something resembling the color of an egg yolk
  • turn yellow; "The pages of the book began to yellow"
  • Become a yellow color, esp. with age
    paint
  • A colored substance that is spread over a surface and dries to leave a thin decorative or protective coating
  • a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface (especially a mixture of pigment suspended in a liquid); dries to form a hard coating; "artists use `paint' and `pigment' interchangeably"
  • Cosmetic makeup
  • apply paint to; coat with paint; "We painted the rooms yellow"
  • make a painting; "he painted all day in the garden"; "He painted a painting of the garden"
  • An act of covering something with paint
yellow shades of paint - Grumbacher 37-ml
Grumbacher 37-ml Max Water Miscible Oil Paint, Thalo Green (Yellow Shade)
Grumbacher 37-ml Max Water Miscible Oil Paint, Thalo Green (Yellow Shade)
Grumbacher's Max Oil Colors are identical to conventional oil colors, with one major difference ? Max Oils thin and clean up with water. With Max Oils, there is no need for special brush cleaners, turpentine, or mineral spirits. Max Grumbacher's professional-quality, water mixable oil colors are made from the same pigments and linseed oil as Grumbacher Pre-Tested Oils, and they have comparable drying time. Max Grumbacher colors can be intermixed with any other oil colors or oil painting mediums, and they can be varnished after 6 months. Use at least 70% Max color, and no more than 30% of regular oil colors or mediums to retain the water miscible properties of Max Oil Colors.

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Yellow Wall (Section I + II), 1964, oil and acrylic on plywood and metal, by Robert Mangold
Yellow Wall (Section I + II), 1964, oil and acrylic on plywood and metal, by Robert Mangold
Yellow Wall (Section I + II) is a striking work from Robert Mangold's early breakthrough series of so-called Wall paintings. The piece consists of two notched panels constructed from standardized four-by-eight-foot plywood sheets nailed to thick supports turned sideways. A narrow metal strip outlines the distinctive cutouts, whose spaces allude to openings for windows and doors in actual walls. A horizontal wooden ledge running across both panels projects from the surface, casting a sharp shadow. Such architectural references contribute to the three-dimensional object quality of Yellow Wall, which may be characterized as a painted construction rather than a traditional painting. The frontal surfaces of Yellow Wall are uniformly painted in a monochromatic yellow matte paint. Mangold paid close attention to the color and its application, deliberately choosing shades that were "ordinary" or "taken for granted... paper-bag brown, cement grey, brick-red, manila-envelope yellow, etc." He applied the paint in the "simplest manner" to create an impersonal surface that alludes to the urban industrial environment of Manhattan. Mangold left the edges of the piece raw and unpainted, implying further additions. Conversely, the artist intended each section to constitute "it's own kind of total," initially exhibiting Section I of Yellow Wall by itself. "I liked the idea of a section of something implying more and yet being a complete thing," Mangold said. "I was in a way testing what makes a complete shape and what doesn't, and what is or is not arbitrary." Shortly after completing the Wall series Mangold replaced the heavy presence of the walls with more subtle shapes and delicate coloration on lighter, flatter supports; work of this kind has occupied him since. Yellow Wall is a rare, large-scale, early work that heralds several of Mangold's abiding interests: the careful, all-over balance of shape and color and the tension of an unresolved part-to-whole relationship. Beyond the confines of his own career, however, the essential formal elements of Yellow Wall -- modularity, seriality, standardized scale, and the uninflected application of commercial color -- were also shared by the broader community of minimal and conceptual art that was beginning to emerge at that time.
Cartoonist Baby's room in progress
Cartoonist Baby's room in progress
Cartoonist Baby will be sleeping in a cosleeper bassinet in our room for at least 4 or 5 months, but her room is already underway: --Masheka painted the walls a lovely shade of Benjamin Moore "Sweet Butter" yellow (low VOC, of course). --The rocking chair is the same chair my mom rocked me in when I was a baby--she just refinished and recovered it. --The crib is IKEA's Gulliver crib. Don't worry--we know there should be no stuffed animals or quilts in a crib when the baby is sleeping in it, they're just on display for now. (My mom made the quilt). --On the door you can see three of the Mei Tai style baby carriers my mother made for us. Obviously we have a lot more to do--hang artwork, for one. But it's a great start! I'll put up pics of the guest bed and the dresser later.

yellow shades of paint
yellow shades of paint
Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor Stick 12ml Paint Tube, Phthalo Green Yellow Shade
Daniel Smith extra fine watercolor sticks offer the same superior intensity as the Daniel Smith line of Extra Fine Watercolor paints with the convenience and portability of half pans. Each stick is packed with pure pigment and produces vibrant, strong color when wet or use them dry to build texture. They’re highly reactive with water and release rich, creamy colors. For sketching, developing color values and bold expressions, Daniel Smith extra fine watercolor sticks are a truly valuable addition to every artists’ palette.

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