Two Signature Palettes in Pure White Porcelain"Tom and Steve approached me for a solution to one of their biggest studio problems: palettes that won't stay put! We're proud to say we've solved that problem!" - Jack Richeson
Two great painters, two great porcelain palettes!
The palettes both share the following featuresHeavyweight for the studio; will not slide around during use.
Outer wells for color and one large mixing area.
Porcelain surface makes clean up a snap!
Your brush will glide across the slick surface of these porcelain palettes!
STEPHEN QUILLER PORCELAIN PALETTE
Round "Quiller Style"
Color mixing System that keeps your paintings fresh and clean!
24 wells on the circle plus
8 corner wells (2 per corner) - total of 32 wells for color - and one large mixing area
Includes instructions on how to organize your palette
Overall Dimensions: 13" x 13"
TOM LYNCH PORCELAIN PALETTE
19 outer wells and one large mixing area
Corner holes to hold 8 brushes
Overall Dimensions: 12" x 16:
With over 30 years of painting experience, Tom Lynch and Stephen Quiller realized they neede something more than the ubiqitous lightweight plastic palette. They wanted something sturdier with a bit more "heft" to prevent slipping and sliding. They Sought a surface that would not cause the watercolors to bead and separate. All this was accomplished with each artist's signature palette design.
Now you can enjoy the luxury and convenience of either porcelain palette!
Porcelain surface prolongs moisture of paint and makes cleanup a snap
Large plastic cover for extra mixing area and better storage
Weighs: 7 lbs.
Porcelain surface will not stain
Great for acrylic and cassien paint-a-wet sponge and the cover will eep your paint from drying during short breaks.
Quiller palette includes instructions on how to organize your palette for mixing primary, secondary and intermediate colors
Porcelain has another advantage that watercolors do not bead or break-down as they tend to do on plastic!