4 brushes offer – £15

by Feb 2, 2022Art Supplies, Shop News

..a great deal – brushes for watercolours, acrylics and oils!

We are offering a great deal during February with 4 brushes for £15.

Individually these brushes cost £4.25 and we have a selection suitable for watercolour, acrylic and oil painting. With bristle, squirrel and synthetic bristles to choose from.

To read a little more about brushes and brush cleaning products/process please have a look at any of the articles below.

Brushes selection - any 4 brushes offer - £15
Any 4 brushes for £15

Posts about brushes and cleaning brushes

  • Brush cleaning products

    In this blog Jane takes a second look at cleaning your brushes – focussing on some of the products available. Read the first article Cleaning Brushes.How to clean your brushes Products that are designed to clean your brushes for a longer life are available in many forms.”The Masters” Brush Cleaner and Preserver The first one […]

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  • Masters brush cleaner

    Cleaning brushes

    In this blog Jane takes a look at cleaning your brushes. She uses acrylics and has found that soapy warm water does the trick and then a good rinse to clean the soap away. But here she just checked whether she was doing the right thing?Cleaning brushes used with acrylics I’ve been doing a bit […]

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  • sable brushes for oils

    Brushes for oil paints

    Brushes – part 3 – for Oil Paints …brushes for the thicker medium of oil paints Oil paints are thinker than other painting mediums – Jane continues her look at brushes with those best suited for oils. See part 1 where Jane looks at brushes for Watercolours and part 2 where she looked at brushes […]

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  • Brushes – part 2 – Acrylics

    Brushes – part 2 – for Acrylics …the benefits of a good selection of brushes Jane continues her look at brushes – moving on to brushes for acrylics. As well as looking at what is available Jane shares some pictures of her brushes collection. See part 1 where Jane looks at brushes for Watercolours and […]

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  • Series 7 sable brush

    Watercolour brushes

    Brushes …overlooked by beginners, treasured by experience! Jane starts a mini series on brushes. This time she is looking at the ranges of watercolour brushes available from synthetic squirrel through to the Series 7 Kolinsky Sable brush. See part 2 where Jane looks at brushes for acrylic paints and part 3 – brushes for oils. […]

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  • Daler Rowney sketch pads

    Art Students – Materials

    Students – what you’ll need A good percentage of our customers are students and we have a wide range of products that are perfect for them. Depending on what course they are doing we stock most of the items on their lists. Here is a small selection of what we have in stock whether you […]

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  • Textured oils

    Oil paint for beginners

    What is oil paint? Oil painting is a process of painting with pigments and using a medium of drying oil as a binder. Drying oils include linseed oil, poppy oil, walnut oil and safflower oil. Your choice of oil imparts a range of properties to the oil paint, such as the amount of yellowing or […]

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  • Synthetic brushes

    Synthetic Brushes …all shapes and sizes Synthetic brushes come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and have improved beyond all recognition from their introduction many years ago, with manufactures making all sorts of claims about the benefits of their particular brand. Development of synthetic “hair” has seen the introduction of different strengths and stiffness […]

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  • Selection of artists brushes

    Paint and brushes

    …and why prices vary so much Two of the most common questions asked by aspiring artists in our Leicester shop are why do paint prices vary so much and what is the difference between each type of brush.   Artist Paint Colours & Quality Paint is a very interesting topic of discussion as colours and […]

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