Genuine Pink

Monday, November 28th, 2011

Genuine Pink, abstract art by Amy Crook

Genuine Pink by Amy Crook, $222

It’s quite hard to capture the rich mineral color of the Rhodonite Pink watercolor, which isn’t quite as bright as it shows in the detail image below, but has a dusky quality that’s overly pronounced in the scan above. The salt is fancy pink Himalayan salt, and the orange-pink minerals in it tended to sink and gather at the center of each pool.

Pink isn’t my favorite color, but I have to admit I’m fascinated by all of the genuine mineral paints from this company, which have complex and subtle undertones, and I think this one goes well with the unusual tint from the pink salt.

Genuine Pink, 5″x7″ mixed media on paper, $222, framed, with free shipping.

Genuine Pink, detail, by Amy Crook

Genuine Pink, detail, by Amy Crook

I think the framed image gets the best feel for the paint colour, but the salt looks quite like it does in the detail photo, above.

Genuine Pink, framed art by Amy Crook

Genuine Pink, framed, by Amy Crook, $222

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