Jack Richeson & Co., Inc.


The equipment that I use on a daily basis plays an important role because it has the potential to either help or hinder me as I’m painting throughout the day. Instead of worrying about whether or not my canvas is going to fall off of the easel (which has happened to me more times than I would like to admit), I would rather be concentrating on other things like drawing, values, color and edges within a painting. By not having to worry about whether or not my equipment will function properly, I then have the freedom to concentrate on getting the results that I’m looking for on canvas.

When it comes to providing the highest standards in quality and craftsmanship, Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. sets the standard as a leading manufacturer and supplier of high-quality art materials. This family owned business is dedicated to providing the very best equipment available.


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One of the most prominent examples of their dedication to excellence can be found in each of their BEST easels which are made from American Red Oak and are built to last a lifetime. Each one is proudly made in the U.S.A and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty, giving the artist peace of mind and assuring that they are receiving the industry’s gold standard of excellence.


In addition to their incredibly sturdy easels, Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. also manufactures a wide variety of artist taborets to meet every budget. Ranging from compact designs to large showcase pieces, each BEST taboret is made with the same dedication and attention to detail as their BEST easels and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty as well.


In 2004, Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. expanded their facility by adding an additional 25,000 square feet to their building, giving them the opportunity to make room for the Jack Richeson School of Art and Gallery. The school conducts workshops and classes throughout the year and is dedicated to serving and supporting the fine art community. The gallery provides exhibit opportunities for both emerging and established artists as well as displaying a permanent collection of over two hundred paintings.


Jack Richeson School of Art and Gallery

Jack Richeson Co., Inc. also hosts a variety of Richeson75 international Art Competitions that give artists the opportunity to have their work seen in both the Richeson Gallery and online exhibits. Each contest is capped off with the publication of a collectible, limited edition full color, hardcover exhibit book which includes the work of each of the finalists from the competition.

Speaking of competitions, you can also enter the You be the Judge art contest for a chance to win a $500 award certificate from Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. as part of this year’s Grand Prize package! This certificate can be redeemed for any paints or surfaces from Jack Richeson. This would include their superior brand of Shiva oil paints which are made right here in the United States. Richeson Oils go through a rigorous series of processes which ensures an even distribution of pigment, resulting in a buttery, even consistency.



No matter what medium you work in, Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. also provides a wide variety of surfaces to work on, including their Caravaggio Canvas, Hardboard and Gessoed Board, Drawing and Sketching paper, Richeson Premium Pastel Surfaces and Watercolor paper.




To learn more about Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. and all of the outstanding products and opportunities that they provide, I highly recommend taking a look at their website at www.richesonart.com.

To find out how you can enter the You be the Judge art contest visit www.YouBeTheJudgeArtContest.com for all of the details. There is only one week left to submit work, so be sure not to miss out on this incredible opportunity!


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About the Author:

Accepting both private and corporate commissions, premier portrait painter, Brian Neher, specializes in capturing the likenesses of clients of all ages. His work has been featured in American Artist magazine and on national public television. With each new portrait, Brian strives to create a timeless work of art that will last for generations to come.