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Jan 22, 2017
For the last fifteen years, I've been buying my materials mainly from Kama Pigments in Montreal. In the beginning, the Kama store was located on a second floor with no windows on Jean-Talon street. I used to buy dry pigments there and grind my own oil colors by hand with a muller. So much went by since then! Kama and I have evolved a great deal. Kama now has a storefront on Saint-Hubert street. Recently, as a way to reinforce this long-time alliance, Vincent Deshaies from Kama asked me to create new colors to extend their color chart. So I experimented and came up with different hues I would like to have available in my studio and that, in my opinion, are missing in their oil color chart. To thank me, Kama decided to name one by my name: Laca Orange. It's a pinkish orange that I find particulary interesting when painting flesh in a portrait. Artist friends, try it, tell me about it. This product was designed for you! It's "research and development" applied to painting.
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The materials I use to paint are traditional materials proven to last for centuries by the tradition of oil painting on canvas. I paint on Belgian linen canvas and I mainly use extra-fine oil color (either ground in walnut or linseed oil) by Kama Pigments. My primer is also Kama Pigments' acrylic gesso. Visit http://www.kamapigment.com/index_en.html to learn more about my materials.
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I'm organizing a draw! The prize is a print of your choice, size 13"X19", on matt, acid-free, 100% cotton Hahnemühle paper. All you have to do is put your name and address down there and pray. Good luck!
The draw will take place Sunday December 3rd at 10:00 am Eastern Time. The name of the winner will be announced on my Facebook fan page.