Stockmar watercolor concentrates are ideal for wet-on-wet and transparent painting done by students of Waldorf education. Lay the paint down on wet paper and watch images emerge as the colors flow and blend and play. Pre-K and Kindergarteners begin with Carmine, Lemon and Ultramarine.
Produced from gum arabic and the finest light-resistant color pigments they have a very high yield-value, remain completely water-soluble when dry and are non-toxic. The color tones have been chosen so that they can be mixed to give all intermediate shades without losing their brilliance and intensity. Non-toxic, long lasting, free of heavy metals, completely water soluble when dry.
- Colors are harmonious to Goethe's "Theory of Colors"
- Colors mix well
- Colors are easy to blend
- Vibrant and bright
- Suitable for glaze
- High light fastness
- Economical to use
Families painting weekly will find this size is enough for a year.
Save when you purchase the Set of 3 Primary Colors, for Grades PreK-3 - Carmine, Lemon Yellow and Ultramarine.
Start with a dilution of 10 parts water to 1 part pigment. If concentrate is thick or has separated then stir prior to diluting with water. Store unused diluted paint in the refrigerator. Free prep and painting instructions on our Waldorf Watercolor Basics page.