My Current Watercolor Palettes | Get the names and links


A few weeks ago in the JO Creative Community (I would love to have you join the free FB group)I shared the art supplies currently on my cart.  The stars of the show were my two watercolor palettes that are a custom combination of half pans from Ocean Paper and Wildthorne. I had so many requests wanting to know exactly what colors were in the palettes that I made a short video and then labeled each color for you. I hope this helps you as you pull together you own palette and also encourages you to buy individual pans to create the best palette for yourself!


The two palettes that I have pulled together are a mix of half pans from two different companies for the most part. You will see that one palette is full of more color and then the second palette is more neutral. Some of the same colors are in each palette and you will even see similar names but the pigments are very different because of the pour or the different company. I did the best I could to read the names on the sides of the pans but some were very hard to read so I hope I came close:-)

Slate gr., Sea Clay, Golden Oliver, Gr. Earth, Cambrian, Epoque, Grey Azul, Slate Blue Green, Seafarer, At Sea, Indio, Lichen,

Beige, French Clay, Camel, Terracotta, Stone Ochre, Burnt Rose, Red Ochre, Bourbon, Burnt Sienna, Raw Sienna, Raw Umber, Ferric Yellow,

Ferrite, Golden Yellow Ochre, Light Yellow Ochre, Buff T, Warm French Grey, Sepia


Charcoal Black, Gris Fonce, Dark Iron, GRS, Sodolite, Grey Ochre, Pale Grey Lake, Slate, Pale Grey, Silk Grey, Warm French Grey,

Shell, Mayan Indigo (purchase from HERE), I. Green, Slate Green, Tigers Eye, Buff T., T. White, Prune, Sienna, Camel, Terracotta, French Clay, Rose Clay,

Sandstone, Buff Titane, Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, Dark Umber, Raw Umber



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  1. Madeline

    I am not able to make your video full screen. What an awesome video…..thanks so much!!!

  2. Ginger Wilson

    Thank you Jeanne, I know that took you a lot of time and effort. Really appreciated by many. Beautiful colors and choice of pallet… as usual… amazing style. G

  3. Judy Murphy

    Hi Jeanne, Thank you for sharing this information with us. I love the colors and especially love the colors in the wooden palette.
    I was not able to catch the names of the companies that you have ordered them from. I don’t want to cause extra work but would you mind sharing that with me?

    Thank you!

    1. Cheryl

      She references them up in the blog post and has a clickable link for each of them.
      Happy watercoloring!

    2. noelle ilitch

      Judy, she mentions the companies in the video and in the description above the video.. she ordered half pans from both, Wildthorne and Ocean Paper handmade watercolors companies.

  4. Kimberly Baxter Packwood

    I wish there was a way to expand the video so we can see things better.

  5. Tracy Bedeker

    Absolutely beautiful, thank you so much for sharing! I went to the links and most of them are sold out, do you have any idea how long it takes to restock or do you have any suggestions for getting on a list?

  6. Kathy Andrews

    Beautiful color palettes… I love earthy tones and pigments and these really capture my heart. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Virginia Allen

    Love your watercolor choices. Can you tell me what is the name of the bottle you used to mist your paints? I’ve never seen one like that.

    Virginia Allen

  8. Naomi

    Hi Jeanne, would you be able to say which colours came from which company? Maybe by looking at the receipt. It would be helpful to know which company you bought each colour from, for reference x

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