Plastic paint palettes are available in a wide variety of configurations. Most of these palettes have been designed by well known watercolor artists. Wells to hold paint are usually lined up along the edge of the palette with a larger mixing area in the center. Some are even designed with larger wells so that they will fit large wash brushes easily. While watercolor paints may stain the white plastic, these palettes are easy to clean, and the paints keep fresh when the companion lid is snapped on. Some artists find it convenient to keep more than one of these palettes with different paint color collections in each.
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250 Cumberland Street Box #2
Rochester, NY 14605
John Pike Art Products has popular Styrene palettes; one of them is designed with big wells.
Category: Plastic Palettes
Region: New York
Regional Category: New York Plastic Palettes
5000 Old Bartholows Rd.
Mount Airy, MD 21771
William "Skip" Lawrence is an artist and a teacher who also co-authors "The Palette Magazine."
Categories: Watercolor Artists; Watercolor Workshops; Porcelain Palettes; Plastic Palettes
110 N. Main Street
PO Box 160
Stephen Quiller is known for color, color theory, and his approach to watermedia painting. He gives workshops, and has books and artists materials.
Categories: Watercolor Artists; Watercolor Workshops; Plastic Palettes
128 Nob Hill Road
Hendersonville, NC 28791
Sterling Edwards is an artist who has designed a palette for large brushes. He has a collection of DVDs and teaches workshops.
Categories: Watercolor Artists; Watercolor Workshops; Plastic Palettes; Instructional Videos
Region: North Carolina