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Professional Bloom Acrylic Paint: Olive Green

Professional Bloom Acrylic Paint: Olive Green

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Olive Green holds a subtle yet distinctive presence, embodying the tranquillity of nature and the earthy elegance of its namesake.

This gorgeous green unveils a muted richness, capturing the essence of sun-kissed foliage and the gentle hues of rolling hills. It possesses a quiet sophistication, and is a colour that doesn't demand attention; but still cleverly draws the eye.

The texture of olive green is smooth, creating a sense of harmony and balance on your canvas. It serves as a bridge between warmer and cooler tones, offering a neutral ground for other colours to interact. This makes it a versatile choice for both natural landscapes and abstract compositions in your mixed media or resin artwork.

  • 30g glass recyclable jar
  • Lightfast & UV stable
  • Colour swatch on side and top so you can see the colour when stored

Important Information

Bloom Acrylic paints are water-based and made from the highest-grade pigments.

They come in a 30g refillable glass jar.

They are quick drying, and allow for fluid application, paint responds with an effortless liquidity, allowing for seamless blending and layering.

My acrylics have an excellent light fastness and permanence, a creamy buildable texture with a medium soft loading ability. With excellent adhesion, these acrylic paints are ideal for use on interior or exterior canvas, providing they are sealed correctly.

The clean-up is a breeze, requiring only water, making it not just a medium of creative expression but also a practical and accessible choice for artists.

Water-based acrylic paint is a conduit for boundless creativity! A fusion of colour, fluidity, and ease that invites artists to explore the vast realms of their imagination while embracing the seamless interplay between water and pigment.

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