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“The only way to learn to paint is by painting. To really study, you must start out with large tubes of paint and a large palette and not stint in any way as far as materials go.”
          
— Charles Hawthorne, Hawthorne on Painting (p.19)


Wouldn't it be great to just be able to get out there and paint as often as you like? So many obstacles and excuses seem to get in the way. Enjoying the process is especially hard if you find yourself constantly fighting your materials. When my wife teaches her painting classes and workshops (www.przewodek.com), we often see students struggling with their equipment and its operation.


Our goal is to design tools and implement appropriate technologies to solve some of the practical problems of painting outdoors. We want to help you (whether you're at a workshop or on location, alone or with friends) devote more of your time and energy to PAINTING — not logistics.


Getting good color is our passion. (And through Camille's classes and workshops, books, and digital media, we hope to point you in the right direction).


Please let us know if we've missed anything in assembling and recommending great color tools, techniques, and resources for you to use on your painting journey. 
Bon voyage!

MISSION

Appropriate technology:  Simple, useful, effective.

CONNECTED COLOR TOOLS — linking traditional materials with today's technologies.™
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