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So called 'impurities' - which can themselves be precious metals - give gold its non-gold colors, like red gold (copper), white gold (palladium - among others), green gold (silver - among others) and so on. Pure gold never tarnishes and is supremely malleable (an ounce can be stretched into a thread more than 50 miles long) and because of its softness it is usually 'alloyed' or mixed with other metals to strengthen it and make it more durable. I grew up on a gold and copper mine and this metal has never lost its fascination for me. Entry in the Earth Science Contest.
© Su Schaefer 2012
Proofed on several fabrics: cotton-silk gives the best shine with slightly lighter colors; colors deepest on cotton sateen. This is the LARGE scale version; a SMALL scale version is here.
See my other oil paint impasto designs.
View my Synergy0003 design collection.
This design belongs to the Synergy Challenge Collection: Synergy0003 (Shiny), and coordinates with other designs
in the project. You may sell anything you produce using fabric purchased from the collection. Learn more about this project at The Synergy Challenge Project
Collection #3 has no color restrictions. It is an exploration of faux shiny textures.
Original: Metallic oils and palette knife, mirror repeat.