Tubes and pots of brilliant acrylic paint. In this section you'll find heavy body paint as well as fluid colour, ready to use. You can further manipulate their characteristics with the aid of acrylic mediums. Literally thousands of colours for you to choose from.
54 colours available in 45 ml & 200 ml
Available in 85 ml, 250 ml & 500 ml.
54 colours available in 250 ml and 16 colours available in 500 ml
91 colours available in 100 ml, 250 ml & 500 ml and 97 colours available in 150 ml and 3 colours available in 1000 ml & 2500 ml
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Acrylics have been formulated to possess a wide range of properties.
From heavy body to spray paints, acrylic inks and gouache to screenprint inks; their genius lies in their ingredients: pure pigment and state of the art acrylic resin.
At Jackson’s the world’s best paints are available individually or as part of great value acrylic paint sets. Browse this department for Golden, Cryla, Liquitex, Acrylicos Vallejo and our own Jackson’s Acrylics.
What can I paint on? Acrylics can be painted on to any surface - wood, canvas, paper or metal. Our surfaces department presents a multitude of artist grade substrates. They’ll compliment your painting and make the results last for years to come. Acrylic gesso and primer offer the best surface preparation for your painting.
Mediums, gels and pastes give you even more flexibility. Add these to your paints to speed drying times, slow drying times, thicken your paint, thin the paint down or add texture. Or how about making your paint more matt or gloss? Experiment with your acrylic painting techniques and expand your knowledge of what you can do with acrylics.
The very best art materials will help turn your acrylic paint ideas into an exciting reality. We hope you’ll enjoy discovering the true potential of this dynamic, exciting medium.
What are the best acrylic painting brushes? At Jackson’s we sell brushes from the leading makers including Da Vinci, Isabey, Escoda and our own Jackson’s brushes. Brushes for acrylic painting should keep their shape and have good spring for years, so long as they are cared for and washed regularly. Tools such as palette can also offer exciting new ways to apply paint.