We recently stopped and took stock of who we are as a company. We came to the conclusion that we are painters, we are friends, we work hard, and we like to laugh and have fun. This led us to create a blog and Facebook page so that we could interact with our customers. Frankly we've worked together so long we have heard each others' stories many times and decided it was time to look for new ones. Once we felt that we had gotten the hang of our blog and Facebook pages, we realized we needed MORE! Here is our MORE! Now everyone can post blogs and photos, not just staff. We can create groups and have paint alongs, our imaginations are our limits. Please join us, laugh, have fun, and most of all create memories!
Happy Painting - the staff of The Artist's Club
Jump on in and join a Paint along, share discussions in the forum, create your own blog, and connect with each other through our personal member pages. We also have a staff blog, Clubhouse, where you can keep up on the latest news from The Artist's Club and see what our staff and featured artists are working on. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us through The Artist's Club admin page and we’ll help you out!
Please note: If you are just joining us, please note that we will approve your membership M-F approx. 8AM Pacific Standard Time.
I have been asked to make a wood cutting/cheese board with a chalk board surface. I have never used chalkboard paint and have a few questions. Is chalkboard paint food safe? Once the item is painted does it have to cure for a time before it can be used and also, how "washable" is the surface?
Any help would be appreciated.
Greetings - I am looking for someone that would still have the resin #80658 of the 3 Hoot owls available....
We gathered together 16 of your favorite artists to create a fabulous book that covers all the seasons and Christmas too. Introducing, Seasons from the Artist's Club. We hope you enjoy this book as much as we did creating it. Make sure you get your Exclusive copy today, don't miss out! Happy Painting!…Continue