Get addicted to our online art supplies. Local South African Artists turn to Addicted To Art for safe and secure shopping. Shop our top selection of art materials, arts and crafts kits and stationery. We deliver to your door and there is FREE SHIPPING for certain order totals. Collection available in Bedfordview. Artists, schools and corporates use our supplies for painting, crafting, school work, art classes, paint nights, team building and marketing activations. We accept EFT and Credit cards. Call Natasha 0723064300 or email email@example.com
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Addicted To Art is an online art storebased in Bedfordview Johannesburg South Africa.
Free delivery in Johannesburg and in the rest of SA its R120 or Free if spend R1000+
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An easel is usually used to support your canvas while painting. Easels can be collapsible tripods, table easels, portable easels or display easels. At Addicted To Art we have a wide range of art easels and canvas easel sets for you to choose from that will suit your particular needs. An easel is a must have for any artist who paints and sketches and a great usable decorative feature as well. You can also use your easels for display of your art works, photography or signs.
An easel allows you to work vertically which makes your painting more accurate because that is how your artwork will be displayed or hung when it is complete. Generally, people are vertical and view things vertically, using an easel then can help you to have a better and more exact perspective in your art. Easels also protect your art work from spillage of paints and whatever else could be easily knocked over on a flat desk or surface by a stray elbow or running child. Dust also settles less on the artwork if it is standing up rather than horizontal. For me the two best things about having an easel is that I can step back and look at it from a distance and see what needs to be done to improve my art and I can swivel it to the lighting that I want.