Traditionally used in interior design, stencils and masks have evolved and are now a firm favourite with fine artists and craftists alike! Used prolifically by
In the first of our monthly ‘how to’ series we are taking a look at watercolour masking fluid. Masking Fluid is such an invaluable tool
In my first Inktober article ‘A Beginners Guide To Indian Ink‘ we discovered the unique properties of Indian Ink. In this post we take a
Indian ink, also known as Chinese ink or India ink, is a type of ink traditionally used in East Asia for writing, drawing, and painting.
With the challenges we all face with the current economic climate we have scoured the market to bring you a range of great value products.
We saw a huge increase in people taking up art during lockdown and in particular oil painting. No doubt encouraged by the dulcet tones of
Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for your arty friends & family over the festive season. Fear not, I am here to help
Rosa Gallery watercolours are designed and produced in Ukraine. A range of 60 beautifully vibrant colours made with finely ground artist’ pigments and organic gum
I love watercolour brushes and so I was very excited to try out Da Vinci’s new synthetic, vegan watercolour brushes. Many brush manufacturers have invested
Sir John Herschel first developed the cyanotype print over 170 years ago. His process uses UV light-sensitive photographic paper which turns blue when exposed to
With the holiday season fast approaching we have added to our range a lightweight portable paint palette. Viviva Coloursheets are like dot cards but on
Michael John Ashcroft ROI MAFA (b 1969), grew up in a small village called Croston in the heart of Lancashire. After leaving school in 1985