LIZ SPEAR & CHERRY CRATTY
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"Pulp paint is an almost unknown water based medium that I use to create realistic images in an impressionistic style. Pulp comes from cooked plants. The pure cellulose that is left after all the fillers and impurities are washed away form the base for my paint. Using the same high quality pigments used to make professional oil paints and watercolors, I create this pulp paint." ~ Cherry Cratty
Cherry works with pulp paint and a porcupine quill to create her unique fiber paintings. She created special fiber panels accented with quill painting for Celebration Coats in the LIZ SPEAR & FRIENDS line of garments.
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