Maia Stefana Oprea

MAIMERI

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My latest series of paintings, Cadmium and Waste-first stage were realised using the

Acrilico Maimeri colour series, which remains my favourite, at least for the moment!

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They are excellent in terms of brightness after drying, which denotes high quality pigments. In terms of drying time, I painted freely during winter time, while during summer time I noticed that although it dries quickly (which is normal), it “solidifies” gradually, so they are ideal once you adapt to the requirements of temperature.
Because I really like to experiment with different textures and materials, I can tell you from experience that they reacted wonderfully both to acrylic transfer print with acrylic medium and to the painting over drawings (fixed in advance).

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It works great in watercolour technique, because when diluted (even excessively) the colours remain very fresh, somehow “clean” after drying.
For relief I used the other range, 3D Polycolor and the mixture of nuances from the two acrylic series had pleasing results. I used 3D Polycolor at 2 cm of relief. They remained intact and terribly glossy after drying, which was initially a shock! But my favourites for obtaining volume remain the Bitumen and Quartz paste from Polycolor Body Maimeri.
As a professional artist who paints intensely with acrylics, I highly recommend you the Maimeri Acrilico colours!

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