Manhattan Art Supplies
Needle work enthusiasts, be it knitting, sewing or crocheting will delight in the yarns, fabrics and accessories available at this Upper East side store. Located on 84th Street, it also provides classes and patterns for the in experienced.
This large open space provides all the budding and accomplished artist could look for to create the next masterpiece. It also has contemporary office furniture and features paint tubes, brushes and easels feature as well as personal organizers, colorful chairs for the office and a custom framing service.
In 1933, the same year that Albert Einstein arrived in America, Pearl art and craft supplies opened its doors to a Manhattan waiting world. Since then it has continued to assist both budding student artists and professional artisans with their supplies.
The artists and would be future Van Goghs of Soho flock to what is the ultimate supplier of goodies for creative minds. Paints, pastels, oils, canvases that are pre-prepared or custom built and water color sets are all here for the taking.
Budding artists, casual painters and seasoned professionals will enjoy the advice and supplies at this East Village store. Canvas, linen, art board and wood panels, brushes, easels and studio lighting and furniture are all available here.
Blick Art Materials has stores across the USA and came to Manhattan in 2004. It carries furniture and gifts as well as sculpture and framing, paints, brushes, paper, pencils easels, light boxes and portfolio items.
A popular place for birthday parties, showers and other more intimate small gatherings this place encourages the artist in all of us trying to get out. Customers get to paint their own ceramics and take them home to proudly display on the mantel.
Located near the School of Visual Arts in Gramercy, this artist supply store caters to the fine arts. It stocks over 20 oil paints and 10 different acrylics, as well as watercolor, tempera and casein paints. Brushes, papers and canvases are also available.
This 57th Street store is located across the street from the Art Students League and Hard Rock Cafe. It carries supplies for arts and crafts, graphic arts and fine arts as well as a custom framing service.
Office furniture for those who run their business from home is available here. From elegant chairs and desks to lighting, filing, stationery and custom framing services. This is a one stop shop, similar to Staples, on Third Avenue in Midtown East Manhattan.
This store first opened its doors in 1905 and it has built a reputation for providing anything an artist might require. Professional artisans as well as budding amateurs are assisted with equal enthusiasm. There are 4,000 shades of pastels and hundreds of colored pencils as well as over 3,000 papers from across the globe, for watercolors, decorating and drawing. This means assistance is often needed and very much a good thing.