Hello, everyone. I mostly paint indoor still lifes, but I had to do a painting outside recently so I was wondering about how warm it has to be outside in order for acrylic paint to be usable & unharmed by the temperature.
I've read that acrylic paint generally needs to be kept to at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit, so this makes me wonder, does that mean it's impossible to do plein air paintings in typical winter time temperatures (E.G. 30-45 F) with Acrylic Paint?
Additionally, if you've ever done plein air paintings with acrylics, what is the coldest temperature you would use your acrylics outside in? Have your paints ever been damaged by cold temperatures?