Making a House Feel Like a Home with Real Art

MEET NEW ORLEANS ARTIST: CASEY LANGTEAU JOHNSON Artist Casey Langteau Johnson has been painting her entire life. She earned her degree in Painting and Drawing from Louisiana State University. Her primary inspiration comes from the natural beauty of her home, New Orleans, Louisiana. However, Casey constantly searches for new ideas abroad, trying to spend as…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 31/01/2020

Interview with Professional Artist Andy Russell

Professional Artist Andy Russell shares his techniques and process on how he captures and creates vibrant, colorful & amazingly detailed artwork When I do layering I use either a glazing wash of watered down color or a scumbling technique of rubbing one color over another. Sometimes to get a smooth transition of say, dark green to…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 17/08/2018

Jerry’s Artarama, The Story and Vision

Proudly serving artists since 1968! Thank you for choosing Jerry’s for purchasing your art supplies. Jerry’s only business is serving the interests of artists like you. From the first time artist to the professional we have everything under one roof at factory direct savings as much as 75% off traditional retails. We have always championed…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 10/10/2017

Go Traveling As An Artist with Lisa Kowieski

Lisa Kowieski – Traveling Artist Materials Used: LUKAS 1862 Aquarell Watercolor Set of 24 Mimik Kolinsky Synthetic Watercolor Brushes Arches 9×12″140 lb. Cold Press Watercolor Block Staedtler Technical Pencils Strathmore 300 Series Mixed Media Sketchbook 5.5×8.5” Last summer I had the opportunity of a lifetime to go on a two week trip to British Columbia,…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 08/06/2017

LIVE innovative Step to Fine Art Instruction

Jerry’s LIVE – A first of it’s kind and new commitment from Jerry’s to further fine art education, product knowledge, how to’s and to most of all create an interactive experience.. and it’s all a LIVE broadcast! Right now LIVE Art instruction is not happening so we are first to do this as we believe…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 15/02/2017

Art Changes Everything “Create Art, Change Everything”

You Accepted Our Challenge And We Proved Art Can Change Everything! “Create Art, Change Everything” by Amy Gardner Dean (pictured middle) Jerry’s Artarama started out to prove that artists are passionate about what they create and that art should be a part of everyone’s life. Here at our corporate offices, we bet our boss that…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 18/03/2016

June’s “My Art Story” Winners

Want to be featured on JerrysArtarama.com? Tell us your story! Want to get your story out there or maybe share some artwork with other Artists? Well, then “My Art Story“ is just for you! Jerry’s wants to know how having access to a wide variety of the best art supplies at low prices has helped you in your…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 27/06/2015

Get Outside Like These Famous Plein Air Painters

Here is Your Spring Inspiration!   Spring is here and it’s gorgeous outside so its time to get out and start plein air painting. These famous artists wasted no time getting outside and neither should you. So for some inspiration, here are a few famous professional artists who were superior at plein air painting.  …..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 21/03/2015

10 Etch-A-Sketch Masterpieces to Brighten Your Day

This Guy Just Put All of Our 5 Year Old Selves To Shame Jeff Gagliardi has over 35 years experience making fantastic pieces of art on Etch-A-Sketches and although his days of etching and sketching may be over, he still shares his art as one of the few Etch-A-Sketch artists out there. His prints are…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 05/03/2015

15 Ways to Get Inspired This Spring

Break out of getting bogged down! Although many good things come out of winter, towards the end of January when the holiday cheer has worn off and the cold weather and ice become draining, winter can sap our creativity. Creating art feels more like work and takes effort instead of being a joy to be…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 03/03/2015