Fat Over Lean

Want Less Cracking in Your Oil Painting? Many oil painters will advocate “Fat over Lean” painting but not everyone knows exactly what that means. Today, we are going to explore that topic and share some of the best new mediums to improve your oil painting. Fat Over Lean   In order to make sure the…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 07/10/2014

The Rue Wall Easel is the Space Saving Easel for any Home, Studio or Dorm

Make Any Space A Painting Space Are you an artist with a small working space? Can’t find enough room in your studio, dorm, office or home for the paintings that are burning up with creativity inside of you, ready to be released? Well, Jerry’s Artarama now has the perfect answer to your tight-space problems. The…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 30/09/2014

QoR Modern Watercolor

The First New Thing to Happen to Watercolor in 150 Years Golden Artist Colors has had the privilege and delight of collaborating with artists to make the highest quality professional Acrylic and Oil colors. Today that same collaborative process has produced a new, thouroughly modern watercolor called QoR. Deep, Rich, Beautiful Color QoR’s exclusive binder provides…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 18/09/2014

From Drawing to Precision- New Winsor and Newton Watercolors Markers and Sticks

Ultimate Performance with Added Precision Want more control or precision out of your watercolors? Winsor & Newton have two new watercolor innovations in the New Water Colour Markers and Professional Water Colour Sticks. Now, Winsor & Newton bring you a new way to use their stunning watercolor with added precision and definition. Perfect for the…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 16/09/2014

Williamsburg Handmade Oil Colors

A ‘Painter’s Paint’ From the very beginning Williamsburg has been known as a ‘painter’s paint.’ The founder of the company, Carl Plansky, was first and foremost a painter by both temperament and training. Everything he made was infused with a painter’s sense of touch and passion for color. This passion for paint continues today as…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 04/09/2014

Artist Spotlight Reviews-Matisse Structure Acrylics by Elizabeth Gyles Johnson

A Review of Matisse Structure Acrylics by Elizabeth Gyles Johnson, artist and art instructor     Elizabeth Gyles Johnson of Wind and Honey Creations is a pencil artist who focuses her art on the delights of life.  Elizabeth teaches the intricacies of drawing at all skill levels to a collection of students worldwide through online…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 24/07/2014

Understanding Acrylic Mediums

How These Extras Can Improve Your Painting! “When I was but young painter, I started with my paints, my cup of water, and my brush and I was ready to take on the world. How dumb I was”– Rob of Jerry’s Blog Squad It’s possible that when we decide to start painting, we all think…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 26/06/2014

The Complete Liquitex Acrylic System

New Complete Liquitex System offers Seamless Crossover and Color Consistency among Acrylic Products Shared Color System Blends Perfectly You may have heard about two recent additions to the family of Liquitex Professional Acrylic Colors. Liquitex Professional Spray Paints Watch Video Liquitex Professional Paint Markers Watch Video Liquitex is unique in that it is the only…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 21/06/2014

Dura-Handle Resin Handles are Changing the Way We See Paint Brushes

Creative Inspirations Brushes are the next Evolution in Paint Brushes   Wooden brushes have been the standard for paintbrushes for hundreds of years now. A fixture of any professional painter’s studio-the container filled with the messy paint splattered brushes looking like this: Brushes are often the first thing to go in any artist’s studio. If…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 03/06/2014

Avoid Shipping Horror Stories with the right Supplies!

Don’t Stress over Damaged Art with the right Art Shipping Tubes and Boxes ! Shipping and mailing artwork can be expensive and stressful. Especially if you’ve ever received a package looking like this:   Now while this might be a bit exaggerated, shipping artwork safely is a big deal. When you’ve spent a lot of…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 29/05/2014