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Geoff Kerseys Watercolour Palette

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Mix your paints the Geoff Kersey way with his watercolour palette!

This innovative palette has been developed by professional artist Geoff Kersey to offer you the most versatile and effective colour mixing experience. With 21 strategically placed wells, it is the ideal choice for watercolour artists of all ability lev…
Mix your paints the Geoff Kersey way with his watercolour palette!

This innovative palette has been developed by professional artist Geoff Kersey to offer you the most versatile and effective colour mixing experience. With 21 strategically placed wells, it is the ideal choice for watercolour artists of all ability levels.

The palette includes a removeable sheet of sponge which can be placed above your paints to keep them moist for days and the lid is embossed with Geoff's signature in a striking metallic blue - so everyone will know that your palette choice is that of the professionals!

Dimensions:

Lid: 34cms x 20.5cms
Base: 35cms x 21cms
Depth: 2cms
14 wells @ 2.5cms wide x 3.8cms long & sloping inwards
1 x corner well @ 3.8cms x 3.8cms sq
2 wells @ 6cms x 3.5cms
3 wells @ 7.6cms x 5.7cms
1 large well @ 13cms x 8cms

If you need replacement sponge sheets, these can be found using code WSRP
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SAA PRICE £12.35

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Posted by Derek, Thursday, 26 October 2017 on product Geoff Kerseys Watercolour Palette

Question:

I like the look of this pallette but my experience with plastic palettes is that the paint goes into globules which makes it awkward when seeing the consistency of paint for washes etc. Can anyone share their experience with the Geoff Kersey palette and if this was a problem

1 people had same question.

Answers:

  • Posted by Anita Pounder on Thursday, 26 October 2017

    Hi Derek,

    This can be an issue with some plastic palettes. The Geoff Kersey Palette has agreat additional feature in that it has a removable sheet of sponge which can be wetted and placed in the sealed palette in order to keep the paint moist for longer.

    Ceramic palettes are a great alternative as they offer an excellent surface for colour mixing.

    I hope this helps.

  • Posted by Mrs Cherry Ferris on Thursday, 26 October 2017
    Hi .. I'm in pretty much the same boat ... I love the layout of this palette but i don't think that i would go back to plastic ... i changed from plastic last year and the difference was notable

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