[Almond tree gum, nut charcoal, tree bark ink, saffron, white and green earth, magenta and rose petal ink, lavender oil, walnut shell ink on traditional gesso on 640gsm archival paper]


For centuries the gum of the almond tree was used as a binding medium in tempera recipes. It is not as strong as some of the other tree gums but it is very clear and a good alternative if the almond was the only blossom tree weeping the gum, found in the garden or local area.


A4 size Australian Hand-Made Tasmanian Oak Timber Frame

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