Jerry’s Artarama

Whenever I need to order art supplies, I’m always looking for the best products at the lowest prices. Jerry’s Artarama has been meeting this criteria and satisfying customers since 1968 with their outstanding service and selection. Whether you’re a student, hobbyist or professional, Jerry’s has everything you’re looking for. Best of all, it’s delivered right to your door!

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They’re in the business of offering the most value to their customers by providing new and unique products as well as those brands that you’ve known for years. I always look forward to receiving their new catalogs and am made aware of their latest discounts and promotions by signing up for their email subscription.

In addition to being the largest online discount art supplier, Jerry’s is also a resource for artists who want to further their education. They offer a variety of events, workshops and demonstrations throughout the year, including the Art of the Carolinas Tradeshow which attracts thousands of artists from all over the country. I’ve been ordering from Jerry’s Artarama for years and highly recommend them to any artist who is looking for the best art supplies at up to 70% off retail prices.

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Jerry’s Artarama has donated a $100 electronic Gift Card as part of the Grand Prize for this year’s You be the Judge art contest. It can be redeemed at their online store for any of the products that they sell on their website. To learn more about Jerry’s Artarama and to see their incredible selection of art supplies visit www.jerrysartarama.com.

Click here for more information about how to enter the You be the Judge art contest for a chance to win $100 in art supplies from Jerry’s Artarama!

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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.