Video - Ozark Mountain Spring Water For My Platinum Histograph Heirloom Fine Art Prints
In this brief video, I take you behind the scenes and show you where I get my Ozark Mountain spring water that I use to wash my Platinum Histograph Heirloom Fine Art PrintsTM and my Platinum Histograph Heirloom MiniaturesTM.
I have a water tester and I have tested the spring water and compared it to several different types of bottled water. To date, the spring water tests better than all of the bottled water. I am not surprised by this because nature has a way of taking care of itself and providing for us.
I am trying to use every local resource that I can in my fine art printmaking process and so I was super excited to find this spring and to be able to leverage this resource.
I recently wrote an article on "why nature matters" and listed 12 deadly effects from losing nature and wildlife and how it directly relates to human beings and our long-term survival.
I hope that you enjoy the video. After watching the video, scroll down and hit the "add comment" button and say "nature matters".
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