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I have seen two  or three varieties of gesso at Himalaya Bookworld at Punjagutta.Lot's of artists use the good old PEBEO that you get here,but SAAREMISONS in the lane opp RBI

at Abids has a variety of art materials,and they also get you any item you want from their

international catalogues. Of course nothing like making your own.In fact I plan to buy my own canvas cloth and treat it for the purpose of my painting if I'm successful with what I'm seeking,the quality of the work will improve considerably.Lets wait and see.Do check SAAREMISONS out you'll find many things there.....PRINCE

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Hi Paz,
the painting you just sent at the bottom of this page of a couple.Who did it? very nice work,so much like
Salvador Dali.Which are the mexican murals you are talking about? I know the biggest mural is in Mexico in some five star hotel.Either in Acupulco or Guadalajara.It has ben done in 1969 by a Japanese artist called
Taro Okamoto.Surreal,the painting is 18 feet high and 100 feet long.The big paintings I always find making
a huge impact.The smaller ones lack that freedom of movement for the spontaneous artist.
Yes I remember El Cordobes' accident,it happened while he was fighting torro number 25 or 55
I'm not sure,but the bull was called 'Impulsivo'.
Regards
PRINCE
Hi guys. You are talking about drinks! I don't drink- not even coffee & tea! I am a very, very good girl! Sorry, I can't join you.
Okay now let us talk about art. Paz, your works are really interesting. What do they mean?
Prince, can you tell me which oils are good? I use camel artist oils. If we ask to show good ones in the shops here all of them give the same thing. I thought all these days if you keep the colours in the sun , they will fade! Isn't it true? We should keep them in the sun to enhance the colour? Interesting to hear this.
Marcelino Ferreiro Paz said:
It`s a painting of mine, about 10 years old.Sent it to your mail, there you can use the zoom, and get to know it in details.
http://teimagino.com/diego-rivera-y-mexico-el-artista-muralista-mex...
Rivera , Orozco, Tamayo,and others, one better than the other,mexican are the best I enjoyed.
Have you seen Krishna?, she doesn`t say anything, let`s make her participate, like her so much.
Don`t forget to tell her that incase she uses white(it`s not a must), it`s need to be good quality, the very best she can find, otherwise gets yellowish, not good!


Prince Freakasso said:
Hi Paz,
the painting you just sent at the bottom of this page of a couple.Who did it? very nice work,so much like
Salvador Dali.Which are the mexican murals you are talking about? I know the biggest mural is in Mexico in some five star hotel.Either in Acupulco or Guadalajara.It has ben done in 1969 by a Japanese artist called
Taro Okamoto.Surreal,the painting is 18 feet high and 100 feet long.The big paintings I always find making
a huge impact.The smaller ones lack that freedom of movement for the spontaneous artist.
Regards
PRINCE
Dear Dr.Krishna saw your interesting message.Yeah Paz,was wondering what blending with paints was all about.
Anyway! I liked some of his large works they seemed to cry,"Creative"! These days I just work with the good old
camel oil colours(Artists).This year I'm planning to go for some big exposure once works are ready and of high quality.If you keep colours in the sun for a long time they fade.But for a short while deepens the colour.

You can ask importers here to get you any oil colour you like from abroad and they will order.And Mumbai you
can buy anything.When we paint indoors the colours take on a different hue,but when you expose them to the Sun for half an hour they deepen to a nice rich colour.
Regards
PRINCE
Hi Paz,
Sounds interesting.You have not said what kind of wood,having what kind of surface?Both oil and acrylic to be the same colour or different colours?And how do you pour it on?These are the questions that need to be answered.
Sincere regards
PRINCE
Yes Paz! Saw those lovely Murals of Diego Rivera.His patience always comes through in his works.A grand finish
is what he always achieved.His wife Frida Kahlo also ,was very keen in the rendering of her works.
It was very unfortunate that he had a communist bent of mind.He advocated,that "God did not exist".Some sort of a Nietschze philosophy.But nevertheless a great artist.
Regards
PRINCE
Yes, Paz, now I have. All that I can say is wow! They have so much depth. You need to have lots of patience & time to do such types of work. You said mix oils & acrylics & dip wood in it. Can we mix these two? They don't mix well. Please tell us the entire procedure. Once I varnished black acrylic painting as soon as the painting dried- after two days. The paint melted & it became a big mess.
Also mauve of oils became a mess.

Marcelino Ferreiro Paz said:
It`s a painting of mine, about 10 years old.Sent it to your mail, there you can use the zoom, and get to know it in details.
http://teimagino.com/diego-rivera-y-mexico-el-artista-muralista-mex... Rivera , Orozco, Tamayo,and others, one better than the other,mexican are the best I enjoyed. Have you seen Krishna?, she doesn`t say anything, let`s make her participate, like her so much.
Don`t forget to tell her that incase she uses white(it`s not a must), it`s need to be good quality, the very best she can find, otherwise gets yellowish, not good!


Prince Freakasso said:
Hi Paz,
the painting you just sent at the bottom of this page of a couple.Who did it? very nice work,so much like
Salvador Dali.Which are the mexican murals you are talking about? I know the biggest mural is in Mexico in some five star hotel.Either in Acupulco or Guadalajara.It has ben done in 1969 by a Japanese artist called Taro Okamoto.Surreal,the painting is 18 feet high and 100 feet long.The big paintings I always find making a huge impact.The smaller ones lack that freedom of movement for the spontaneous artist.
Regards
PRINCE

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