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Gouache paint is often described as opaque watercolor. It has a bold, matte look and is great for illustration, fine art and lettering. Learn more.
Read more … What is Goauche?
We are excited to introduce a new line of papers designed to meet the needs of on-location artists. Perfect for Urban Sketchers and plein air artists.
Read more … NEW! Strathmore Travel Series
Introducing Strathmore 400 Series Black Mixed Media paper! A heavyweight sheet that is perfect for gouache, colored pencil, metallic mediums, gel pens and more.
Read more … NEW! 400 Series Black Mixed Media Paper
Workshop 1, Realistic Drawing with Charcoal, starts on March 4! The supply list is now available.
Read more … Realistic Drawing with Charcoal Workshop
The term vellum as it relates to paper can be somewhat confusing because it can refer to two distinct aspects: 1. Vellum as a paper 2. Vellum as a finish
Read more … The 2 Meanings of Vellum
Pat Lopez has been a courtroom sketch artist for 40 years. She's covered high profile cases like the Oklahoma City Bomb Trial, Kobe Bryant & Selena/Salvidar.
Read more … Winter Newsletter Featuring Courtroom Artist Pat Lopez
The talented Janice Sung reviewed our 500 Series Ready Cut Watercolor paper while creating beautiful gouache illustrations. Read her review.
Read more … Janice Sung Reviews Strathmore Watercolor Paper
Our free Online Workshops will be starting again in March! We have inspiring new topics for our virtual classroom with 3 new talented instructors!
Read more … Announcing our 2019 Online Workshops!
If you missed our 2018 Online Workshops, you can catch all the video lessons and tutorials on the Strathmore YouTube Channel.
Read more … 2018 Online Workshops now on YouTube
We partnered with the Get Messy Art Journal community for a how-to demo on creating lovely, personal art using blank postcards and greeting cards.
Read more … Art Journal Techniques for Holiday Cards
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