M. Graham acrylic artists’ color are made with the same devotion and craftsmanship that we use in our traditional media: small batches, quality ingredients, and the highest concentrations of color possible.
The flow and delicacy of a gouache, with colors you’d expect from oil.
The result is fine art acrylic paint with bold vitality and a creamy delicacy of touch that offers you a world of opportunity — from fine detail to broad, full-brushed applications.
Acrylic Gloss Medium
Gloss Medium is a crystal clear, water-soluble, permanent final coating for acrylic paintings that will not crack or yellow. Used as a medium, it increases transparency, flow and gloss for traditional glazing techniques.
Gloss Medium is concentrated and increases the adhesion, flexibility and durability of the paint film. It is recommended over water alone (excessive use of water as a diluent decreases the strength of the acrylic film).
To thin acrylic color, make a mixture of 50% water to medium and add to color until desired consistency is achieved.
Acrylic Matte Medium
Using Matte Medium is recommended over water alone as excessive use of water as a diluent decreases the strength of the acrylic film. By adding Matte Medium to the water, it increases the adhesion, flexibility, and durability of the paint film.
To dilute acrylic color, make a mixture of 50% water to medium and add to color until desired consistency is achieved. It will increase the transparency of the paint by adding matte medium