Art Supplies

We carry a range of art supplies that keeps growing monthly! We carry predominantly Canadian companies and companies with a strong eco focus. We also carry various DIY kits by local artists.

Here is a list of the companies and range of products we currently carry:

Beam Paints

Beam Paints is the result of a multi-generational love of pigment, paint, colour, and innovation in M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island. Anong Beam draws on her early educations in Indigenous pigment and expands it to encompass all paint traditions. A focus on high quality pigment content creates sublime artist materials, with plastic free packaging. Lightfast pigments, tree sap, gum arabic, and Manitoulin honey, blend together to create a handmade  saturated colour that is a joy to paint with.

  • watercolours
  • gouache
  • plant based acrylics
  • ceramic palettes
  • wood palettes
  • travel cards
  • brushes


Tri-Art Manufacturing is a family run company that started producing artist’ acrylic paint as an off-shoot to an art supply store and gallery in Kingston called Art Noise. Production began on a small scale in the back of the store, producing one line of professional, acrylic colours. It was at this time, in 1994, that Tri-Art Manufacturing Incorporated was formed.

  • acrylics
  • acrylic gouache
  • brushes
  • canvases
  • canvas pads
  • alu metal panels
  • bamboo panels 
  • range of acrylic mediums
  • cold wax
  • paint pens
  • inks

Ooly Art Supplies

Carol Pankiw is the founder, owner and CEO of OOLY, a San Diego-based consumer products company known for its assortment of fun and trend-forward arts, crafts and school supplies. OOLY has established itself as the home of colour for creatives of all ages.

  • crayons
  • watercolours
  • watercolour pads
  • pencil crayons
  • paint sticks
  • markers



Tombow is today’s market leader for art, crafts, school and office products. Serving consumers and businesses around the globe, Tombow was established in Japan in 1913 as a wood-case pencil provider for Japanese students. Since these beginnings, they have upheld a history of unparalleled customer service.

  • various adhesives
  • drawing pens
  • various erasers
  • marking pens
  • water brushes (refillable)
  • alcohol based dual tipped brushes


eco-kids began in 2008 in Maine by its founders Kip and Cammie Weeks.  Their first product was eco-dough, a natural nontoxic alternative to Playdough.  Over the next few years they expanded to include several more natural, plant-based, eco-friendly packaged creative tools and art supplies for kids.  

eco-kids was purchased in late 2019 by Roxanne Quimby, the co-founder of Burt’s Bees. Roxanne has continued to grow the product selection with its original motto “creative play the natural way” at the heart of the company.

  • chalk pastels
  • bamboo brush