Where to Buy Supplies Online

Here are some links to some of the supplies I use that can be purchased online. Please note some of these links are affiliate links, however I have made sure to recommend retailers with the best price that I can find for each item.

LOONENG Empty Watercolor Palette, Empty Watercolor Tin with Fold Out Palette, Medium Purple Watercolor Tray Palette with 26 Empty Half Pans

Holbein Artists’ Watercolors

Bright Violet

The watercolour paint that I use the most is by Holbein and it is artist quality and light fast. Here is a link to the full line of colours from a few of my recommended online art supply shops

Holbein 15ml Watercolour tubes (best for Canada) (Opus Art Supplies)

Holbein 15ml Watercolour tubes (best for USA) (Dick Blick Art Supplies)

Escoda Versatil 1540 Series Artist Watercolor Short Handle, Pointed Round Watercolour Brushes

Jackson's Art (UK) Recommended for Canada

It may seem strange to order from England being in Canada, however the cost of the brushes are less and the shipping is very reasonable.  In the end I have found it less expensive to order my brushes from Jackson's Art Supplies. They have the option for all the pricing to be listed in CAD so you can see the actual price.

Dick Blick Art Supplies (USA) Recommended for USA

Blick Art Supplies seems to have a good selection and carries everything I use. I have ordered from them before but it ended up costing a lot to order in to Canada with the exchange rate and there were some import fees as well. 

Arches Water Colour Pad, 140lb / 300GSM, Cold Pressed, 9" x 12"

  • The cold press finish has a light texture and is the most common. It reflects light well, retaining the transparent quality of watercolours. A light grain makes it easier to achieve certain details

The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady Hardcover

This beautifully packaged facsimile of Edith Holden’s original diary is filled with a naturalist’s masterful paintings and delightful observations chronicling the English countryside throughout 1906. As one of the few true records of the time in print, the handwritten thoughts and paintings contained in The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady transport readers to a more refined, romantic, and simpler time.

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