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Ampersand is in the business of providing artists painting surfaces that are not only a joy to paint and create on, but that will also withstand the test of time. Visit Ampersand to see all their products.
Artwork Essentials providing superior lightweight plein air easels. The artists’ concern will be our concern, and the artists’ needs will always be answered by our innovative product designs. We are committed to researching and developing fresh ideas and products for professional and amateur artists.
Art of the West Magazine, a fine art magazine featuring the works of artists producing watercolors, oil paintings and bronze sculpture based on Western American themes.
Art Cantina making art lessons possible for everyone, everywhere. Connecting instructors and students everywhere.
Craftsy provides education and tools to help you bring your creativity to life.
Gamblin’s mission is to lead oil painting and printmaking into the future. This means crafting materials as they ought to be, not just as they have been.
Laguna Plein Air Painters Association (LPAPA) builds upon and promotes the renowned landscape painting heritage of Laguna Beach. LPAPA serves its members regionally, nationally and internationally through events, programs and education.
Leslie Saeta is the host of Artists Helping Artists is the #1 Art Show on Blogtalk radio! Join in each week as Leslie discusses a specific topic that addresses how to sell more art on-line, along with guest artists, gallerists, and others sharing their knowledge of the business side of art.
M. Graham & Co. was founded 22 years ago by a couple of artists who shared a passion for quality artist supplies.
Rosemary and Co Artist Brushes providing the finest quality artists brushes, hand made for 30 years!
Unison Color Soft Pastels began in the early 1980’s when Artist John Hersey found that mass-produced, factory made pastels simply did not offer the qualities he was looking for, and so he decided to make his own. Today we hand make over a quarter of a million sticks a year.