Take in the colors of the season!
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Locally made in Salem, Oregon
American Easel painting panels, an alternative to standard canvas, gives you a firm painting surface, no flexing or stretching as standard canvases do.
American Easel panels are constructed of a smooth solid wood cradle
(frame around the back) for strength and rigidity and a top quality birch face. Choose either Water Media for use with any watercolor medium or Pre-Gessoed providing you with an alternative to the hassle of stretching canvas. 

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Locally made in Portland, Oregon
Made with the finest grades of pigment available (yes, there are differences), Gamblin Artist's Oils have luscious working properties, and each color possesses unique characteristics in terms of texture, undertone, and tinting strength. The range of colors includes both historically accurate paints and modern, synthetically derived hues. For everything from traditional realism to contemporary abstraction, you'll find your ideal colors within the Gamblin line.

Locally made in Portland, Oregon
True color. Real value.
Gamblin 1980 Oil Colors are made with the same dedication and pure pigments that go into their Artist’s Oils. In addition, they use the same process of mixing, milling, filling, and hand labeling.
With 1980 colors, artists experience colors that are true, without homogenized texture or muddy color mixtures. 

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Marks in vivid colors on practically any surface!
The opaque, water based ink in Uni Posca markers dries to a matte finish on both porous and non-porous surfaces.
Odorless, fade proof, and bleed proof, the markers are great for posters, signs, sketching, lettering, graphs, and charts. Use them on paper, mat board, wood, styrofoam, metal, plastic, vinyl, glass, and more. Great way to use in your multi media work as well!

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Princeton Artist Brush Co. is one of the largest brush-makers in North America. Since our start in 1992, artist brushes have been the sole focus of Princeton. Other brush companies make paint, paper, canvas, pastels and easels. Princeton makes one thing: the best quality, most fairly priced artist brushes available today.

* * * * * Check Out These Books for Fall * * * * *
Everyday Watercolor:
Learning to Paint in Watercolor
by Jenna Rainey
A contemporary paint-every-day watercolor guide that explores foundational strokes and patterns and then builds new skills upon the foundations over the course of 30 days to create finished pieces. This beautifully illustrated and inspiring guided watercolor-a-day book is perfect for beginning watercolor artists, artists who want to improve their watercolor skills, and visual creatives. 
Creative Strength Training: Prompts, Exercises and Personal Stories for Encouraging Artistic Creativity
by Jane Dunnewold
Artists and athletes alike benefit from strength training. Building creative stamina takes encouragement, mentoring, and regular practice. In  Creative Strength Training , you'll discover powerful strategies that combine writing and hands-on art-making to overcome creative stumbling blocks, develop a unique voice and make creating art a regular habit.

Color Lab for Mixed-Media Artists: 52 Exercises for Exploring Color Concepts through Paint, Collage, Paper, and More 
by Deborah Foreman
Strengthening your understanding and use of color will make your mixed-media art shine as you complete 52 labs that span painting, collage, drawing, assemblage and more.These materials and labs focus primarily on paint and collage, along with experimental projects for book making, sculpture and installation. Work your way through the color spectrum, using the steady beat of color as the guiding framework.

Beth I. Robinson
"The Hangman's Release"
"Fall From Grace"
Oregon Art Supply shows “Absent,” new digital collage mixed media work by Beth I. Robinson. Beth has a love for found objects, collage, cut edges, and the unspoken. Often in her work, mere fragments, ghosts of materials, soft pencil lines, or patterns can be seen. Capturing the momentary voice of these objects and ephemera, for her, accentuates the missing, forgotten, or the things often left unspoken beneath the surfaces of loss.

Oregon Art Supply
1020 Pearl Street
Eugene, OR 97401