Coates is a family-run business that has manufactured willow for over 200 years. In the 1960s Coates began to turn this willow into charcoal and today they are ...On 21 February 2022 / By Annie Le Santo
The charcoal pigments in Schmincke’s new Liquid Charcoal range are made by charring peach stones, cherry pits, and grape seeds. These pigments are combined with gum arabic, and ...On 9 March 2021 / By Evie Hatch
Throughout October, we asked four artists who specialise in drawing and illustration to try our drawing materials in their practice. Sarah Dyer, Jessie Pitt, Emma Carlisle and Michael ...On 30 October 2020 / By Clare McNamara
Ahead of the publication of his first book, Drawn From Life, the Jackson’s Art Blog asked New York based artist Bill Murphy to talk through how he developed ...On 19 October 2020 / By Clare McNamara
Graphite and charcoal are two of the most used materials for drawing and draughtmanship. While both are carbon based, the way they are made means they both have ...On 23 August 2018 / By Tegen Hager-Suart
Back in 2016, Tim Patrick’s Charcoal Portrait of ‘Fiona’ was a close Runner-Up in our inaugural Jackson’s Open Art Prize (since renamed the Jackson’s Open Painting Prize – ...On 5 December 2017 / By Lisa Takahashi
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