MisterArt.com has unique and hard to find supplies for the new/experienced artist. Their prices are great and ordering is simple. Thank you.

JOANN Bronx, NY

More Testimonials »

Glossary

Word of the Day!

crackle


In ceramic glazes, a network of fine craze lines, produced intentionally or accidentally, especially associated with oriental and modern porcelain. Also, in oil painting, when the paint's surface is broken by a network of small cracks.


yamato-e

Japanese narrative paintings from the 10th century, when the Tale of Genji

Example: Marasaki Shikibu (Illustrated Scroll of Lady Marasaki's Diary), 13th century.

yard

A unit of distance measurement equal to three feet, or 36 inches. To convert yards into centimeters, multiply them by 91.44; into meters, x 0.9144. Abbreviated yd.

yd.

Abbreviation for yard.

yellowing

In painting, a tendency on the part of binding media to turn a tint towards yellow. This is most likely to occur when linseed oil is included.

Deal of the Week
(valid thru May 2)
 

Artists' Canvas

by Winsor & Newton

10 in. x 10 in., each

Professional grade canvas for less

  Artists' Canvas

 
List: $10.49
 
Non-Member: $3.69
65% OFF
 
VIP Member: $2.57
76% OFF

Latest Product Reviews

I absolutely love these markers. The colors are beautiful. They are easy to use as well. These are a good price too.
- ShellyOtt in Orlando, FL
I have been using this product for years and find that it works perfectly on my gessoed wood pieces. The biggest complaint I have is that over the years Grumbacher has downsized the size of the bottle, now making it only available in these small, expensive quantities. I would like for them to offer them in a larger size.
- Marie in New Mexico
It's so pretty. I'm using it on a valance for a bedroom window and in my art journal. It would be great for a little girls room as a strip around the ceiling or for many things.
- Carol Mitchell in SC

Free Download for Kids

Download free coloring book pages Download FREE
coloring book
pages to color at
home or school.

View Pages »

Please wait...
Please wait...