Complete Art Studio Set
- 24 transparent watercolor cakes
- 24 assorted colored pencils
- 15 assorted oil pastels
- 1 artist paintbrush
- 2 plastic trays for color mixing
- 10 water-based markers
- 1 white vinyl eraser
Home School Art Studio Program on DVD
- Mom's Best Award Winner
- Art Lessons on DVD taught by Ms. Volin, a Certified Art Educator K-12
- Designed to increase kids' love and appreciation of the visual arts
- Lesson plans and instructions included on each DVD-ROM
- DVD's, art supplies and complete kits available for grade levels K-5
- Projects illustrate the elements and principles of art in an age-appropriate way
- Have fun creating a wide variety of art and craft projects
Great Selection of Brushes for Beginning Artists!
Brush sets provide first time artists with a wide selection of brushes for a very reasonable price. Choose long or short handle brushes!
Watch, See and Learn with Fun Kids Art DVDs!
Kids Art DVDs teaching color theory, creativity & art history.
Fun, entertaining and great for learning.
Great Sets for Drawing, Painting and Learning Art!
Learn how to use oil paints, acrylics and more with these great beginner's sets packed with fun and quality art supplies!
Great Sets and Paints for Fun and Enjoyment!
Non toxic, safe, face painting fun for kids of all ages, plus sparkling, acid-free glitter glue ideal for arts and crafts projects.
This inspiring multi-use easel grows with your child over the years!
First Impressions Children's Easel
Solid hardwood kids' easel is sturdy and stable and adjusts from 46" to 54" high. Includes canvas storage bins for art supplies!
Study for school & be creative too!
Da Vinci Kids Art Desk
The ultimate children's desk for the modern home or classroom, the Da Vinci Desk adjusts to fit children from 3 to 15 years of age.
The best utility table for the crafter, hobbyist or artist with height and tilt adjustment and rounded safety corner work surface.
The perfect table when space is at a premium. Adjustable height and tilt, plus 3 drawers and a foldable utility rack for convenient storage.
and Drafting Table
The ultimate creative workspace for artists! Features pull-out side table, storage shelf, two drawers, and a supply tray with a unique hinged pencil cup.
Made for video and web based art instruction! All-wood construction for durability. Includes monitor stand, large table top, keyboard tray, and more.
Bieffe Tablotte Supply Tray
Keep your small supplies organized and right at your fingertips! Attaches to virtually any drawing or drafting table. Made from sturdy ABS plastic.
Classroom Drawing Supplies
Classroom Storage Options
Drawing Paper, Sketchbooks & Construction Paper
Stretched Canvas & Canvas Panels
Home School Art DVDs
Bulk Items for Classrooms
Easels, Drying Racks, and Classroom Furniture
A Tradition of Excellent Quality Since 1766!
Since 1766, the name Reeves has been synonymous with the manufacturing of excellent quality products. Today, Reeves is a reference in the field of educational art materials—offering value sets, color products and innovative gift solutions for children, beginners, and professional artists.
Great for Beginners, Students, and Large-Scale Works!
Developed for students and artists that need dependable quality at an economical price. These colors are uniquely formulated to bring out maximum pigment and are intermixable with all Liquitex Colors and Mediums. Perfect for beginners and students, or for large-scale works, murals and learning color mixing!
With funding for art programs in public schools being cut throughout the country, the government sends the message that art is not important. However, artists will tell you and studies will confirm the absolute necessity of art in our children's lives. The Guggenheim Museum took part in a program that sent artists to schools.
"The study found that students in the program performed better in six categories of literacy and critical thinking skills – including thorough description, hypothesizing and reasoning – than did students who were not in the program" (The New York Times). The Guggenheim admits that they do not know exactly how art helps literacy skills but, "the hypothesis is that the use of both talking about art and using inquiry to help students tease apart the meaning of paintings helps them learn how to tease apart the meanings of texts, too. They apply those skills to reading" (Johanna Jones).
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