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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Mark Alexander
Thu, 24 Apr 1997 22:25:15 -0500
For paint for an interior mural, I suggest you go to your Benjamin Moore
paint dealer. The Benjamin Moore paint company and the Binney & Smith
company got together to produce a new line of colors called Crayola.
Wonderful range of about 200 colors, including primaries, secondaries,
tertiaries, and lemon lime, jurassic green, marshmallow, raptor red, and
peach. They are durable latex paints appropriate to use for home interiors
and for paintings. I bought a quart of each of the primary and secondary
colors and black and white. Students love mixing it and painting with it.
It is looser than most acrylics. It handles just like tempera, but
permenant when it dries! It is great for murals as well as smaller work. Go
check out the color patches!
Lee H. Kellogg School
Falls Village, CT 06031
At 8:51 PM 4/24/97, JUDIEJ48 wrote:
> A commercial paint store would probably be the best source to
>get advice about the surface you are painting on--it probably will need to be
>primed. I also understand that household paints such as Sherwin Williams
>is the best to use for wall murals. Perhaps a local paint store would donate
>supplies for such a project!!!!! Worth a try!!!