Britni Patterson


Britni Patterson was born in Del Rio, Texas, and now resides in North Carolina. She studied Chemical Engineering in college, and is happily married with one beautiful daughter.

She has studied the arts of calligraphy and illumination since 2001, and was recognized for her artistry and research by being awarded the Order of the Laurel within the Society of Creative Anachronism by the Kingdom of Atlantia in 2011.

Britni is a victim of multiple-hobbyitis, and not only works on her calligraphy and illumination, but also does armored combat, is a concert pianist, crochets, and raises orchids.

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The Illuminator's Palette: A Study of Pre-Seventeenth Century Pigments for Medieval Book Art
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 19,310. Language: English. Published: June 19, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Art history
A concise compilation of modern research into the pigments used by medieval artists for painting various works of art. This monograph includes a list of 66 pigments along with charts showing their use throughout time, and the locations of use, describes how to mix your own paint with historically accurate binders, and explains the techniques necessary to successfully emulate the medieval artist.

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