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Eggshell White: Kitchen Waste to Watercolor Live Demonstration

February 23 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Instructor: Natalie Stopka

Start saving your eggshells! Chicken eggs are an age-old alchemical source of calcium carbonate, also known as eggshell white. The pigment is a beautiful opaque warm white for water-based media including watercolors and tempera, as well as painting grounds and pastels. Join Natalie Stopka in this live online demonstration of pigment processing from egg to paint.

Tuition: $20

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Location: Online

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