Today's palette comes from the extremely talented Jacquelyn Gleisner. Her work is expansive (30ft.), but approachable. The detail & raucous color make it enjoyable to travel the entire surface of the painting. Included below the sketchbook images, which were made with the palette shown above, is a brief Q&A regarding materials.
H: What color do you wish wasn't in your palette?
G: Hot pink. I have a problem with neon.
H: What is your favorite brush?
G: Kolinsky Sable brushes are my absolute fave, especially small liner brushes (size 0 or 2).
H: What is your favorite paper/surface to paint on?
G: Paper is my favorite surface, but I do enjoy working on canvas treated with Golden absorbent ground or a well-primed panel on occasion.
H: What is your favorite color to work with?
G: Blue, always blue!
I certainly agree with Jacquelyn that blue is the best color to work with! And would encourage you to check out her website for more wonderful art, along with her twitter & instagram. And if you happen to live in the Lancaster, PA area stop by Sunshine Gallery by October 29th, for a real life viewing.