National Acrylic Painters...

NAPA Summer Show 2015 The National Acrylic Painters’ Association was formed in 1985 by Ken Hodgson. It evolved from the concept that acrylic paint was largely unrecognised in it’s own right and was overlooked as a “serious” contender to oil … Read more ...

Painting with Ashley Hanson

Painting with Ashley Hanson Meet our workshop winners! The Village Artists’ Group is based in Crewkerne, Somerset, just a stones throw from historic Ham Hill. They are a relatively small group that manage to meet to paint and draw together … Continue reading

Acrylic Medium
Acrylic Mediums

Add new levels to your acrylic painting… Many auxiliary products have been created to heighten the qualities of acrylic paint. The allow you to experiment with the consistency, the intensity or the drying time of the colours and create new … Continue reading

GreatArt Introduces Ashley Hanson

Ashley Hanson A renowned colourist and landscape artist whose recent work has been seen in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the Discerning Eye and the National Open Art Competition. It was after seeing a Peter Lanyon exhibition that Ashley decided to turn … Continue reading

Wooden Panels
Using Wooden Panels

Apply your creations to a wooden surface… For centuries, artists used wooden plates as substitutes for the classic canvas. It offered an original expression surface and gave a unique splendour to their artworks. The first traces of this artistic technique … Continue reading

Liquitex Professional Acrylic
Liquitex Professional Acrylic

The acrylic of choice for artists around the world… Created in the USA in 1955, Liquitex was the first water-based acrylic paint on the market and the range appeals to a multitude of artists around the world. The Liquitex professional … Continue reading

Golden Colour Mixer
Golden Colour Mixer

Introducing the new virtual Golden colour mixer! This helpful online tool is available through GreatArt to artists everywhere for free. With it, artists can mix painting colours without using and wasting paint. Exploration and play with this tool will help … Continue reading