Brusho® allows you to create visually stunning, expressive artwork with the minimum of fuss.
It's fun to use, beginner-friendly and ideal if you want to learn how to create very contemporary, very striking images to hang on your wall or even sell!
Because it's so loose and expressive, it's much easier and faster to learn than traditional watercolour painting. You have no choice but to let the paint do the work. And whereas Watercolour painting can be stressful at times (lots of opportunity for the painting to go wrong), with Joanne's technique of using Brusho® there aren't really any errors to be made!
Brusho Powder contains no animal ingredients or by-products and has not been tested on animals. Each colour is made with 100% synthetic dyes.
Brusho® is available in a range of 32 different colours.
But what on earth is it?
Brusho® is a brilliantly intense paint powder that comes in little pots of magic! It's water-based and completely non-toxic (it's so safe that it's used in elementary schools)...
Schools often use it to make large quantities of watercolour paint and it can also be used to stain wood and fabric, but literally no one other than Joanne will show you how to use it to create stunning watercolour paintings.
There's no other product like Brusho® in the world. It has completely unique qualities that make it unpredictable and fun and ideal for anyone that wants to create loose, impressionistic and vibrant artwork.
I am enjoying using the Brusho colours very much. The delivery came very promptly and I was able to introduce an artist friend in Sweden to this exciting product. Lynne Hudson (Southampton, United Kingdom) on 26 Jul 2015
These colours are so strong and vibrant which I love and a pleasure to work with plus this is a product that will last you a good while Susan Ravenscroft (Evesham, United Kingdom) on 23 Jun 2016
I was amused to see reviews saying how difficult it is to 'control' Brusho when 99.9% of the fun is it 'doing it's own thing'. It is not a watercolour in the traditional sense at all. As for the lady who found it washed out of fabric...... the instructions do say it washes out and is non staining (as long as you don't use detergent, pure soap will get it out if you splash a good item of clothing if cold water does not do the job) so no it is no good for items that will need washing, but it makes lovely effects on pure silk and even, I have tried it too, on cotton velvet, upholstery grade, add embroidery even beading ....... Sheila Wylie (Darlington UK) on 1 Nov 2017