I don’t use gray or black paint from a tube. I don’t even have any. Thanks to my learning from Marek, the grays I achieve are always unique because they’re composed from a mixture of colors. According to the feel and the need it varies – a warm or a cold gray, with some kind of colorful tendency, or a gray with a surprising breakdown of graininess like what resulted in the mix with cobalt blue in this work. Well, just can’t get around it….fifty shades of gray.
Rocks in Moon Grove, Adi Tsimhoni, watercolor on paper, 60X43 cm