Gwynn's Island Gray

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Gwynn's Island Gray

Named for an idyllic Chesapeake Bay island situated at the mouth of the Piankatank River, Gwynn’s Island Gray also gives a nod farther north, recalling the weathered shingle architecture of the Northeast coastline. Suggestive of island driftwood, pale ashes, and bone white, this quiet neutral recalls burned bones, the traditional method of making a pale gray pigment.