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Like most artists in this computer age, I get lots of emails every day. In addition to questions about paint and requests for events, I receive emails from artists that include images of recent works created with our products. Those are my favorite emails, as I always am so impressed with the talent and creativity of people who use our paints. I forward them to my Chroma counterparts in Australia, and now I will share selected ones with you.
I plan to update this gallery every few months and if you’ve created artwork with Interactive, Archival, Jo Sonja's or any of our Chroma products, I’d love to see them, please add your images to the gallery.
The paintings below (comments 1, 2 and 3) were created with Interactive Acrylics. Recently, Jim Cobb, the founder of Chroma, wrote that after viewing these works, he finds these Interactive paintings
have a sort of softness that I associate with oil rather than acrylic, which in the past have tended to be rather sharp and slightly mechanical looking… after having invented the paint, (it’s good) to see people using it so nicely...