Get ready to create your next masterpiece with Art to Art’s collection of beginner and professional paint supplies. Suitable for all budgets and skill levels, we have a number of popular brands to choose from, including: Atelier, Winsor & Newton, Langridge and more. You’ll also find individual paints, as well as paint sets and kid friendly paints.
Get creative with our range of paints:
Acrylic paints: one of the most popular paints among artists, both beginner and advanced! Acrylic paints are fast drying, budget-friendly and can be used on pretty much any surface. There are also multiple types of acrylic paints, such as:
Brands to look out for include:
Oil paints: oil paints can be used to create timeless paintings that will stand the test of time. With a slow drying time, you can move and blend multiple paints with ease. Choose from a wide range of colours, and individual paints and sets. Brands to look out for include:
Watercolour paints: unleash your inner creative with Art to Art’s range of watercolour paints. Create bold, vibrant pieces or keep it subtle with light, transparent brush strokes. Available in a range of stunning colours, sets and individual tubes. Brands to look out for include:
Winsor & newton
Gouache paints: gouache is a water-medium paint that is unlike any other. Designed to be opaque, it appears denser and heavier compared to traditional watercolour paints. If you’ve never tried it before, now’s the time! Brands to look out for include:
Holbien Acryla Gouache
Paint in all forms: in addition to all our other artist paints, we also have a wide range of paint pigment, spray paint and face and body paint. And if you’re looking to experiment, we have inks and fabric dye too.
No matter your art project, you can find all the artist paints you could ever need at Art to Art! Buy paint online today for same day dispatch and enjoy free shipping when you spend over $100.
What paint do artists use?
Acrylic paint is one of the most popular paints used by artists, because it’s cost-effective and can be used on a variety of surfaces. But oil, watercolour and gouache paints are also commonly used.
What is the difference between craft paint and artist paint?
Compared to craft paint, artist paint has a higher pigment density. This means artist paints will give you better coverage, vibrant colours and better results when you mix colours.
What is artist quality paint?
Artist quality paints have a high concentration of pigment and are designed to withstand chemical changes from exposure to the sun, water or air. There are also a wide variety of colours available.
What is the best artist paint?
This ultimately depends on what type of paint you’re looking for (i.e. watercolour, acrylic, gouache) and your budget! But we’ve listed out our top recommendations below: