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Palette Knives & Wedges

Art to Art has a broad selection of palette knives and scrapers for artists of all levels. We feature RGM classic Italian painting knives and the very popular Princeton flexible silicone blades and wedges. Shop all your paint brushes and artist tools online today and get same day dispatch.

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Princeton Catalyst Silicone Wedges

$13.95

Princeton Catalyst Mini Blade

$11.95

Princeton Catalyst Silicone Blade Grey

$12.95

Princeton Catalyst Silicone Blade Green

$12.95

Princeton Catalyst Silicone Blade Yellow

$12.95

Princeton Catalyst Silicone Blade Orange

$12.95

Princeton Catalyst Silicone Blade Blue

$12.95

Princeton Catalyst Silicone Blade White

$12.95

Princeton Contours Series 20 Green

$8.95

Princeton Contours Series 60 Mint

$8.95

Princeton Contours Series 80 Grey

$8.95

Mont Marte Large Painting Palette Knife

$11.95

Palette Knives & Wedges

Palette knives are the go-to tool for mixing artist paint and adding unique textures. They’re suitable for acrylic paints, oil paints and mixed media. With a range of different sizes and styles, you're sure to find the perfect palette knife for your next art piece. Shop art painting knives online and get free shipping when you spend over $100. 


FAQs

What is a palette knife used for?

Palette knives can be used to:

  • Mix paint colours

  • Apply paint to a canvas

  • Add texture to painted surfaces

  • Create marbled effects 


How do you mix colours with a palette knife?

Set up your paint blobs around the edge of your painting palette. Then scoop up the first colour onto your palette knife and place it in a clear area of your palette. Wipe the palette knife with a clean rag.  Then take the next colour and add it right next to the first colour. 


Mix the two paints together by moving the palette knife in a circular motion.  Add pressure by pressing down on the metal blade of the palette knife. Constantly turn the paint over until it starts to blend. Then just add more paint as desired.


How do I choose a palette knife?

Choosing a painting knife really depends on how you plan to use it. If you're just using it to mix paint, a standard palette knife with an elongated tip will be your go to. If you're using it to paint, you may want to opt for a painting knife set so you can experiment.

Palette knives are the go-to tool for mixing artist paint and adding unique textures. They’re suitable for acrylic paints, oil paints and mixed media. With a range of different sizes and styles, you're sure to find the perfect palette knife for your next art piece. Shop art painting knives online and get free shipping when you spend over $100. 

 

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