Physical Space

The Easiest Way to Store and Distribute Liquid Watercolors

I’ve recently fallen in love with liquid watercolors. They are so versatile and can be as intense or as muted as you make them. Plus, they don’t leave behind a tacky residue like some oval-pan watercolors do.

However, the tricky part about liquid watercolors is figuring out how to store and distribute them. Luckily, I have come up with a solution that makes these problems non-existent. If you’re interested in using liquid watercolors or you’ve experienced storage and distribution challenges with them, make sure to watch the video!

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Jennifer Borel

Jennifer Borel is one of AOEU’s Adjunct Instructors and Academic Advisors and a former AOEU Writer and elementary art educator. She runs her own photography business and is passionate about students exploring the medium.

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