Slicks Colours of Country – Ochre 6pack
$9.95 ex. GST
Slicks Colours of Country Ochre 6s paint sticks are a colourful, clean and convenient way to paint and draw! This wonderful collection of Slicks includes the three colours of the Aboriginal Flag (Red, Yellow and Black) and three ochre/earth colours.
The no mess and no fuss drawing slick applicator makes them perfect for at home students and artist of all ages, as well as in the classroom and art room. Slicks are a solid paint stick in a twist up applicator and best of all they require no sharpening. So smooth and rich, the colours glide on like lipstick – which will be fun for all ages.
Colour easily glides on to a variety of surfaces, including paper, card, papier-mâché, fabric and wood, producing intense results. For a fun activity at home draw directly on a glass window and be amazed as the light shines through and illuminates your work. Because Slicks are non-permanent on glass you can easily remove them with some water and a sponge.
• Pack of 6 Slicks in assorted bright colours.
• Six Colours: Aboriginal Flag (Red, Yellow and Black) and three ochre/earth colours.
• 10 grams per Slick stick
• Slick size: 88mm long x 15mm diameter
• Super smooth solid paint sticks in a lipstick-like applicator
• Fast drying and washable technology
• Easy-to-use twistable mechanism
• An excellent clean and portable paint solution
• Sharpening is not required.
• Ideal for all ages
Slicks can be used on a variety of surfaces!
Glass: For a fun activity at home draw directly on a glass window and be amazed as the light shines through and illuminates your work. Because Slicks are non-permanent on glass you can easily remove them with some water and a sponge.
Paper: Paint in a stick, draws on wet and dries without smudging.
Wood: Wooden surfaces.
Fabric: Slicks are a non-permanent textile and fabric decoration.
Dark surfaces: White and metallic Slicks work effectively on brown kraft card, black and dark backgrounds.
Canvas: Slicks are a portable paint solution!
Magiclay: Use Slicks to colour dried Magiclay models.
Polystyrene: Colour polystyrene with ease!.
About the Artist:
Jo Wilson: “I’m Jo Wilson, a First Nations woman & contemporary Aboriginal Artist. I am a proud descendant of the Ngemba people of Brewarrina (Northwestern NSW). I paint intuitively and through ritual, this connects me to my ancestors. I love to create my own dreaming, depicting healing rainbows, but often also include my love of the moon, sun, stars & universe in my works”.