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Jory Soil Oil Painting

This painting explores the soil of the Oregon in three steps. The first square to the left has the soil in its raw state, dug from the vineyards of Archery Summit. The soil was then crushed down and filtered through a cheesecloth, where then the powered pigment was loosely applied to the canvas with a spray […]

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Experiment with local pigment Jory Soil

In August 2010 I went to a winery in the Dundee Hill, Archery Summit, to gather soil samples so that I could create a new pigment. The soil in this region is highly praised in the making of a pinot noir. The soil type in the Dundee Hills AVA is Jory. Named after the Jory […]

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