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The Golden Natural® series features a brush head filled with mixed filaments of both natural hair and synthetic fibers, making Golden Natural® uniquely able to be used in all media of paint including watercolors, acrylics and oils. Golden Natural® is one of the only brush series on the market that was specifically designed to capture and carry paints like liquid, fluid or interference acrylic, soft bodied acrylic, watercolor, and gouache and heavy bodied acrylics and oils. High-quality multi-diameter Japanese synthetic filaments imitate the absorbency, spring and feel of expensive natural hair at a fraction of the cost, while the natural hair captures and carry pigment for a smooth application of color.
Golden Natural® allows for a seamless application of color and a delicately textured stroke. Watercolorists love the color control they get with Golden Natural. Artists say these brushes are a joy to use because they glide so effortlessly across the painting surface. Oil painters adore Golden Natural® because they can gently soften and blend colors. Golden Natural® artists include illustrators that need tight control of color, botanical artists and watercolor artists looking for a reasonable alternative to squirrel hair brushes.
- Expect a fine point, chiseled edges and unmatched durability.
- Handmade by expert artisans.
- Triple epoxy sealed nickel-plated brass ferrule ensures the longevity of your brush
More unique shapes and sizes have been added to the Golden Natural® series including the very popular Dagger Striper, Ultra Round and Quill. Decorative artists love to use the new shapes in their stylized artwork.
2031S Ultra Round Engineered with a full belly and extra-long pointed tip. As a result, this brush can hold a maximum amount of color for endless lines without needing to reload frequently. The needle point tip is also fantastic for fine details. Holds and controls fluid to the surface of the painting. For detail, botanical and illustrator artists. Holds a full load of paint for exquisite line work and embellishment of fur and fluff.
Specific Way to Clean the Brush
- Be sure to clean your brush after each painting session. Letting paint dry in the brush can cause it to not perform as expected.
- Never leave your brush sitting in water for any length of time.
- If you are painting with acrylics, wipe as much paint off of the brush head as you can before massaging the paint out in warm running water.
- If you are painting with oils, wipe as much paint off of the brush head as you can before cleaning it with an artist-grade odorless solvent.
- If you are painting with watercolor or gouache, rinse the head of the brush with warm water until the water runs clear.
- Always lay your brushes flat to dry. Leaving them upright can cause water and/or excess paint to seep into the metal ferrule and it will eventually ruin the brush.