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Notes From The Lab

Developments, techniques, and analysis. Read more about our paints in Notes from the Lab.

pigment muller with two examples of hand ground watercolour, umber and quinacridone red

Recent Announcements

Notes from the Lab

36 New Low Viscosity Colours and Improved Formulations

Tri-Art is proud to introduce 36 new Low Viscosity colours to our profession line of acrylic paint. Ask your favourite...
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Notes from the Lab

Notice: Masking Fluid Reformulation

Here at Tri-Art we are always striving to improve our products. When we noticed our Masking Fluid was failing quality...
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brushing white paint onto a pre-primed canvas

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Education Blog

Learn about art, artists, and other creative musings here.

Recent Blog Posts

Education

Breaking the Rules: How to Use Crackle Ground like a Professional

What is Crackle Ground? Tri-Art’s Crackle Ground was a happy accident of our lab. A batch of our Topcoat Matte...
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Education

Quinacridone Pigments

Reflecting the brilliance of current colour technology, quinacridones are a contemporary painter’s greatest tool when it comes to mixing, glazing...
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House painted and displaying cracked effects

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Creative Zone Blog

From project ideas to best paint practices we’re committed to sharing our artistic knowledge.

Recent Creative Zone Posts

Creative Zone Blog

From Puzzle Pieces to a Masterpiece

What To Do After You’ve Finished A Puzzle Puzzles are painstaking, meticulous and often impermanent but they do not have...
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Creative Zone Blog

A painted fabric pillow

Tri-Art's, versatile Low Viscosity Acrylic paint performs for fabric painting projects. It is thin, flexible and soft to touch when...
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