Meet M. Graham Paint Artist Ambassador Ron Stocke, Watercolorist

“The watercolor medium is honest, challenging and always new. It is the oldest pursuit that I know and has enriched my life at every level. While sometimes frustrating even for the most experienced watercolor painter, it is invigorating and always a learning experience.” An award-winning watercolor artist, Ron Stocke is a regular contributor to, and […]

How M. Graham Makes Paint

M. Graham believes that the best paint makes better paintings. Consequently, the best ingredients make better paint and this video explains the difference M. Graham’s ingredients make in setting their fine paints apart. Whether it’s the walnut oil, the honey used in their watercolor, or the high solid acrylic emulsion, M. Graham vehicles are chosen […]

Announcement: Gamblin Discontinued Products

Gamblin is discontinuing the following products and we couldn’t be more proud of them for leading the way: Rabbit Skin Glue Traditional Gesso Why no more Rabbit Skin Glue and Traditional Gesso?We recognize that many painters value the working properties of rabbit skin glue and traditional gesso. We have our own values, however, and these […]

Gamblin’s Alternatives to Titanium White

Gamblin Artist’s Oil Colors makes more of their artist’s grade Titanium White than any other color… by far. For most painters, it’s the first white we use. And for some, the only white ever used. There are some good reasons for this. Gamblin Titanium White has a strong tinting strength and an unparalleled, beautiful texture. It’s terrific […]

Happy National Poetry Month!

Poetry has long been a source of inspiration for our art-making. To celebrate National Poetry Month, we’d like to share this lovely poem. To all the artists and muses out there, we salute you and we thank you. YOUR MISSION by Ellen M.H. Gates If you cannot, on the ocean,Sail among the swiftest fleet,Rocking on […]

Introducing: Shantell Martin and Krink K-51 Permanent Ink Markers

Shantell Martin (@shantell_martin) is an artist based in NY. Her go-to Krink marker to create fluid, bold lines is the K-51 Permanent Ink Marker. This year Martin was invited to create an immersive, site specific installation in Lincoln Center for the seventh edition of the New York City Ballet’s Art Series. The Art Series was built on […]

M.Graham Oil Colors is on a mission

You’ve probably seen our posts about M. Graham Oil Colors, and how they’re on sale for 40% off. Maybe you heard that you can get a FREE tube of Alizarin Crimson or Manganese Blue Hue when you buy three (3) or more tubes. Check out this video to learn a little more about this beautiful […]

Free Screening @ LACMA – Meow Wolf: Origin Story

Check out this FREE screening of Meow Wolf: Origin Story at LACMA on March 2nd! Includes a post screening conversation with the filmmakers and Meow Wolf founders. A group of artists in Santa Fe, NM become a DIY collective called Meow Wolf. Their immersive, large-scale exhibitions crack open a profitable niche in the arts industry, […]

“Imagine A New Way Of Painting” with Sennelier Abstract Acrylics

Let’s follow Sennelier artist Julien Raynaud to his home town of Marseille (France) and see how he paints with Abstract® Acrylics by Sennelier. We really like how he changes things up with the Abstract Tip Set. Julien also uses the new Abstract Acrylic Ink, which doesn’t drop until mid-late March. Don’t worry, we’ll let you know […]