Sienna WATER COLOR PALETTE - Click to enlarge
Carry and store your water color paints efficiently with the Sienna Water Color Palette designed to work in conjunction with your Sienna Plein Air Pochade Box.
*(Palette shown inside box. Box sold separately.)
Item Code: C-WP-0XXX

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Product Description:

The Sienna Water Color Palette is an accessory designed to fit efficiently inside the Sienna Plein Air Pochade Box. The palette contains small wells for your water color paints, and two large mixing wells to keep cool and warm colors separate while providing plenty of room to mix the customized colors for the scene you're painting. The palette blocks included with the pochade box hold the palette securely in place to prevent accidental painting mishaps. The included lid keeps your paints safely stored until you're ready to clean the palette or start your next art piece. The Sienna Water Color Palette is available in two sizes to meet any artist's needs.

The WP-0810 (the M palette) is the smaller of the two with four 1" by 1" paint wells and one 1" by 2" paint well on either side of the two 3" by 6-3/4" mixing wells.

The WP-0912 (the L palette) has six 1" by 1" paint wells on either side of the two 3-7/8" by 7-3/4" mixing areas.

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Worse than Worthless
October 20, 2019

Caveat: I love the Pochade box and own all the pieces. The cheap shinny plastic watercolor palette NOT.. Paint in mixing area beads up as if waxed and impossible to see your mixes. Now I've lost all the paint (expensive Sennelier) I put in the wells. I was on a long time planned plein air trip and had to buy a dinner plate to haul to mix paints separate from the palette. I scrubbed with several different stove top cleaners which helped a tiny bit. There are tons of this type plastic palettes I now discovered from my students should never be sold. Why do well known artists put their name on them? I would like to upload the images, but appears no way to do that on this site.

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