Scent of a Painting

Feature

Friday, October 13, 2006

Keith Miller is a painter in Brooklyn and he says it's quite easy for artists to get wrapped up in the romance of how their materials smell-- from the buttery scent of oil paint to the sting of turpentine. Produced by Michele Siegel.

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Michele Siegel

Comments [2]

Jenny Lawton from Studio 360

Hi Jess -- Unfortunately, we don't sell art supplies of the aromatic variety (actually, we don't sell any art supplies at all, regrettably). But I found some suppliers of the stuff on google -- even a few recipes too. I'd say point your nose in that direction. Good luck!

Oct. 30 2007 02:54 PM
Jess from Ontario Canada

Hello, do you have/sell " scratch and sniff paint" ??
Or know what I might be able to get some??
Thank you in advance
Jess

Oct. 28 2007 09:37 AM

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