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Art Material Supplies, known to many as one of the most popular online Art Material Supplies stores, is a favourite choice for both Artists and Students who purchase Art Materials online. Our online store allows you to purchase all of your favourite art and craft products, whilst providing product delivery to any location around the globe.

Supplying Art Products is not just our business, it is our goal in life. We not only provide the products, we also provide information, assistance, and instruction when required. Many of our return customers, both professional and student artists, have turned to us for advice on different products. We offer this service as part of our ongoing commitment to the Art Community, and also provide a free monthly newsletter that has useful information, tips, and reviews on developing art products.

We carry the best names in oil, watercolours, acrylic, gouache, pastels, inks, paper and pencils, including products suitable for the professional, student and beginner Artist. Our range of oil and watercolour and folk art brushes, which include Hog bristle, Kolinski Sable, Red Sable, Squirrel, Indian Sable (Mongoose) and Synthetic Sable (Taklon) are the best quality materials available.

Artist of the Month

Mark Douglas

Born in Maryborough in 1953, Mark began drawing at an early age, however, apart from completing 2 years of a Commercial Illustration course at Art College in Brisbane he has had no formal art education.

Always fascinated with coloured pencils, the discovery that Faber Castelle produced a quality product with a huge range of hues was a revelation and one that he decided to explore.

Drawing on a wide range of influences, Mark’s earlier work was that of a surreal nature combining natural aspects and figurative subjects. He took part in various group exhibitions while in Perth. After moving back to the East Coast he had an exhibition of figurative work at the Tap Gallery in Sydney in 2000 and 2 years later was invited to be part of a group exhibition in 2002 at Windows On Church in Melbourne.

A break of seven years has given him a new lease on his art and a sense of rediscovery.

He is currently working on rebuilding his portfolio and hopes to be exhibiting again within a couple of years.

Click on any of the amazing images below to view larger size or simply click on the link below to go to Mark's facebook album where you can view more of his exquisite hyper-realism pieces and leave comments and/or have a direct conversation with Mark.  Seeing is Believing!







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