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Starting At: $5.49VideosGrey Matters Brushes solve the issue! Artists from all over the country approached Richeson to solve a problem not solved by other brush manufacturers: annoying glare and reflections from studio lights and sun. Finally! Grey Matters brushes solve this issue. Richeson Grey Matters brushes are free of… Grey Matters Brushes solve the issue! Artists from all over the country approached Richeson to solve a problem not solved by other brush manufacturers: annoying glare and reflections from studio lights and sun. Finally! Grey Matters brushes solve this issue. Richeson Grey Matters brushes are free of distracting colors and reflective metals — perfect for plein air or in the studio, and ideal for toned palettes and canvas. These interlocked long-handled bristle brushes are painstakingly crafted by hand. Interlocked brushes ensure that the bristles maintain their shape and last for long time. Key Features: * Non-reflective / anti-glare * Create a neutral grey value space between your eye and your artwork * Minimize color distortion * Non-reflective hair, ferrule, and handle * Synthetic hair for oil, acrylic and water media * Natural bristle for oil & acrylic * Special signing brushes Perfect For: * Defined brush strokes * Creating fine details * Professionals, teachers, students Questions and Answers Does Grey Matter? YES!!!!! The human brain is compensating in ways we cannot imagine when we have colored handles and reflective ferrules. The Neutral Grey top to bottom brush makes a painting without interference from other colors make sense! Does a nonreflective ferrule matter? Yes, The reflection of light off of the ferrule is a distraction. When you regularly use the Grey Matters Brushes it becomes apparent how the reflection off of a ferrule has affected concentration! Are all Synthetic Brush heads the same? NO! The filaments that make a synthetic brush can range wildly from Student to Professional grade. Brush quality is determined by the number of different fibers and type of bristles that make up the brush head. The fewer Different types of filaments – typically the lower grade. Does the color of the brush fibers affect the quality? NO! A color such as the Grey in Grey Matters is done to accomplish a result that is neutral to the eye What is the quality of a Richeson Grey Matters Brush? Only the Highest quality synthetic fibers are selected for Grey Matters Brushes – different bristles are mixed to accomplish very specific firmness or softness Can a grey Matters Oil Brush be used for acrylic painting? YES!!! If the painter desires a softer brush head when painting. Can I use my brushes for both Oil and Acrylic paint (Interchange)? Once used with a medium or paint type – it should ONLY be used for that medium – it is not possible to sufficiently clean a brush to use for different mediums at best it is risky See More
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