Painted using only Gamblin’s Torrit Grey. The idea came to me when I found out about their annual Torrit Grey contest. I treated the oil paint much like a watercolor in that the natural light lights come from the white of the background rather than using white. You can submit to the contest online at www.GamblinColors.com.
This paragraph is from there site explaining what Torrit Grey is.
“If you took all the pigments in the color spectrum and mixed them together, what color would you make?
Every spring, Gamblin Artists Colors collects a wealth of pigments from our Torit® Air Filtration system. We filter the air around the areas where we handle dry pigments so that our workers are not exposed to pigment dust. Rather than sending any of our high quality, expensive pigments into the landfill, Gamblin paint makers recycle them into “Gamblin Torrit Grey”.”