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Acrylic Paints

Acrylic Paints

Acrylic paint is one of the most popular paints for artists and those looking to get started in acrylic painting, crafting, pouring, fluid and more. Find only the best beginner, artist and professional acrylic paint, mediums and sets only at Jerry's.
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Acrylic Paint

Acrylic paint is one of the most popular paints for beginners, professionals, artists, and those looking to get started in painting. Also used in art classes, crafting, pouring, fluid, ceramics and more and are much like any other paint in that it is made from a simple combination of ground pigment and a binder. They consist of pigment mixed in a polymer emulsion, when this emulsion dries it creates an bendable layer leading to a finish that's resistant to water. We offer paint that is more versatile, permanent and lightfast in a wide range of opacities for acrylic painting.

See Also Recommended: Professional acrylic paints, Acrylic gesso & primers, Acrylic mediums, Acrylic brushes, Color shapers & spatcher blades, Stretched canvas

Shop and save on high quality acrylics for artists and professionals. At Jerry’s, you’ll find great options, super savings, curated products and expert service. Trusted for more than 50 years, we’re committed to providing artists with 100% customer satisfaction and we’ll be happy to help you find the perfect acrylic paint that you need for your works of art!


Acrylic Painting Tips: Acrylic paint dries very quickly when applied in thin coats as compared to oil paint. This allows the use of other media on top of the dried surface and can be used in high gloss or matte finishes.
To slow the drying time, use an extender which is a medium that slows drying time while increasing the "open time" of artist paints. This allows you to blend colors and edges with ease. Jerry's Artarama carries a large selection of artist acrylic paints from leading brands such as SoHo Acrylics, GOLDEN Acrylics, Liquitex Acrylics, Amsterdam Acrylics, Old Holland, Sennelier, Van Gogh, Winsor & Newton and more on sale.

It is always highly recommended to use better brushes for your art and paintings. Better acrylic painting brushes are very important in your final outcome to insure a better experience and achieve a better desired result.

Is Acrylic Paint Water Based?: Yes, acrylic paint is water based and easier to wash out of brushes and most art materials. It contains color pigments mixed in a polymer emulsion that acts as the binder. While it is still wet, you can thin it down and clean using water making it easier to work with. Once dry, acrylic paint forms a water-resistant, flexible film that is permanent and durable.

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Are you looking for better artist acrylic paints on sale? As a trusted source for over 50 years, shop Jerry’s Artarama for the the best values and top of the line materials. We carry an extensive selection of curated paints, including acrylic mediums, oil paints, gouache and more. Our experts and trusted team packs every order with care and consideration to ensure your order arrives quickly and accurately.



What is Acrylic Paint?

Acrylic paint is fast drying and consisting of pigment mixed in polymer emulsion that is versatile and suitable for use on different surfaces like canvas, wood, paper, fabric and more. Artists appreciate its array of colors drying properties, lasting durability and vivid hues.

How long does it take acrylic paint to dry?

The time it takes for acrylic paint to dry may differ based on factors, like how thick the paint is, the humidity and temperature of the surroundings, layers applied and the particular brand or type of acrylic. In normal artist friendly conditions, acrylic paint dries relatively quickly compared to other types of paint, typically within minutes to hours.

What do you use to seal acrylic paint?

To seal acrylic paint, you can use a varnish or enamel spray. There are multiple options to choose from depending on the type of finish you want. Select from varnishes made of polymer or resin, choose to brush or spray your varnish on, and decide whether you prefer a satin, gloss, or matte finish.