May 27, 2024


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In Conversation With Anne-Sylvie Godeau of Lutea

In Conversation With Anne-Sylvie Godeau of Lutea

Lutea make hand crafted, experienced quality artist pigments and normal watercolours derived from purely natural elements. In this movie, Anne-Sylvie Godeau discusses the centuries-old tactics that she takes advantage of to extract her colours, and how painting with historic pigments holds its individual individual enchantment.


Table of Contents


:00 Introduction

02:23 The place does the name Lutea arrive from?

03:01 Can you describe your course of action?

04:20 How do you build unique shades of color, and what is extraction?

05:56 How do you create a colour?

08:00 What is the historical past of lake pigments?

09:31 What is indigo?

15:00 What sort of factors do you consider into account when producing lake pigments?

17:47 What is the most hard section of your system?

18:26 Why is it essential to look at exactly where your raw products come from?

20:31 Does the weather have an affect on the quality of the pigments you can extract from vegetation?

21:59 Are watercolours designed with lake pigments lightfast?

23:57 what are the most difficult colors to make?

25:16 You are pretty clear about your course of action. Is it essential to share your craft?

27:06 Where did your enthusiasm for pigments start off?

28:09 Has researching present-day art been practical for your latest path?

30:10 How do you make certain the pigment-making process is environmentally sustainable?

32:10 When did you start out to make your vary of watercolour paints?

34:01 Can you use your watercolours alongside those designed with synthetic pigments?

37:11 What does the potential keep for Lutea?

42:03 Credits


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Lisa Takahashi

Lisa Takahashi has been a contributor to the blog site given that 2013 and a Jackson’s crew member since 2006. Her love of artwork elements spans oils, watercolours, acrylics and relief print tactics. Alongside her crafting she on a regular basis reveals her artwork, and teaches linocut and portray in Bristol and Somerset.