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April News from Central Art Supply

Central Art Supply, Medford, Oregon

April 2016 Sales and Specials

Whether you’re getting your feet wet with watercolor or staying high and dry with pastels, we’ve got the goods to help feed your art addiction! Ahhh, how refreshing! See our April Specials on our website!

Ann - Central Art SupplyEmployee’s Picks – Ann

Golden Acrylics carries an extensive line of acrylic mediums that can aid an artist in their creative journey. One unique medium is Absorbent Ground which is an acrylic medium that dries to a porous, paper-like surface that is great for staining and watercolor applications. Another great medium is Acrylic Ground for Pastels that can be used on many different supports, which creates a toothy surface similar to papers used with pastel.

Adam - Central Art SupplyEmployee’s Picks – Adam

“The Master’s” Brush Cleaner and Preserver is my top choice when cleaning my acrylic paintbrushes. Simply swish the brush around with water and watch the color come right out! It also is tough on oil and watercolor residue. If your bristles are looking frazzled, simply wet your fingers, take a little cleaner and re-shape them, leaving them pristine until your next project. The best part? All you need is water!

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