Hydrangea was a happy accident on the mulling slab. I didn't think it would amount to anything, but when I painted with the tiny sample I made of it, I fell in love.
The actual tones of Hydrangea are hard to capture with a camera. Thickly applied, it is a teal leaning indigo, but it granulates a lot, and with more water applied, it is a soft purpley-teal combination. The granulation splits and leaves a soft pink-purple halo around the edge.
This listing is for one FULL PAN of the limited edition colour, Hydrangea.