M. Graham Acrylic Paints

M. Graham paints are made in the Pacific Northwest. Produced in small batches with unique, simple recipes and fine pigments, these artist-grade paints are deliciously vibrant and creamy. They have more flow and workability than other artist grade acrylics. Artists can enjoy superior ease in both delicate blending (when paired with slow-dry glazing medium), and bold coverage. Mix with any other kind of acrylic paint or mediums. These paints compete easily with other artist-grade brands in quality and lightfastness while also being less expensive. than most artist-grade brands.

M. Graham Acrylics - Yellows, Oranges & Reds

M.Graham has an wonderful line of acrylics with six selections of yellows, like Azo Yellow, a brilliant primary yellow or Indian Yellow which is a lightfast, transparent orange-yellow, plus a rich Cadmium Orange and nine bold colors of red. Choose from Opaque Cadmium Red to the translucent Quinacridone Rose. Locally made in the Pacific Northwest. Price varies depending on pigment rarity.

M. Graham Acrylics - Violets, Purples, Blues & Greens

Violets come in an assortment from the warms to the cools in M. Graham acrylics, you will also find eight different blues and if your looking for a blue green try a lovely transparent M.Graham Turquoise. Looking for the perfect green, choose between six different hues including an Azo Green, two colors in one: a subtle murky green mass tone combined with a brilliant transparent yellow glaze. Locally made in the Pacific Northwest. Price varies depending on pigment rarity.

M. Graham Acrylics - Earth Tones, Blacks & Whites

Their are ten earth tone colors in M. Graham acrylics including the transparent Yellow Iron Oxide, Orange Iron Oxide and Red Iron Oxide. Plus three blacks from warm to cool tones and Paynes Gray. Choose between Titanium White, an opaque, carefully balanced all purpose white or Zinc White, a semi-opaque tinting white that produces cool tints. Locally made in the Pacific Northwest. Price varies depending on pigment rarity.