Acrylics

Acrylic paints are a synthetic media made by suspending pigment in synthetic polymer emulsified by water. They are essentially plastic paints that are water-soluble and have good adhesive qualities. They are very stable. They resist oxidization and chemical decomposition, and will not yellow over time.

  1. Atelier Interactive Artists' Acrylics

    Paint fast or paint slow with Chroma Atelier Interactive Acrylics!
    Atelier Interactive Acrylics offer artists a versatile set of working properties unlike those of any other paint. In application, they perform like conventional acrylics, allowing for traditional painting and glazing techniques. Yet they also give you unique control over the drying process, plus the ability to reactivate the paint, even when...
  2. Sennelier Abstract Acrylics

    Take your painting beyond the norm with revolutionary Sennelier Abstract Acrylics.
    These highly pigmented, heavy body acrylics come in a unique pouch that's not only economical but doubles as a painting tool. You can squeeze paint directly onto canvas, paper, panels, and any other suitable surface - ideal for urban art, large murals, or abstract expressionism. The colors offer great coverage and luminous transparency....
  3. Sennelier Extra-Fine Artist Acryliques

    A palette of 120 high-quality pigmented colors
    Sennelier Extra-Fine Artist Acryliques contain only the highest-quality pigments, selected to assure clarity, purity, opacity, and stability over time. A broad palette of 120 colors, most made from a single pigment, including four interference and six iridescent colors. With a texture that duplicates the rich, creamy working properties of...
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