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Golden Pheasant in the Snow (ca. 1900) illustration by Ito Jakuchu. Original from The MET Museum. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. is a site made up of artists, art teachers, and creators who seek to use every available medium and material to perfect their talents. It is the perfect site to visit when you have tons of art supplies but you’re not sure what to do with all of them.

The site is also perfect for artists of all levels, from the beginning artist to the most experienced artist out there. In other words, everyone who visits the site will be able to get something important out of it.

Recently, the owner of the site, Ines Petit, has turned her attention to offering more sustainable ways for artists to create their masterpieces. In fact, sustainability is the very essence of the website. She teaches her visitors how to use sustainable materials in order to be kinder to the environment while still being able to create unique works of art. Simply put, to Make the Most Out of Your Art Supplies.

Art supplies can be expensive, so learning how to use them more efficiently is always a good idea. And if you care about the environment, using your supplies in a practical manner makes even more sense. The thing is, using sustainable art supplies, saving money, and saving the environment are usually one and the same in practical terms.

Using sustainable supplies also helps you reduce waste, especially once you have a stack of art supplies and you’re anxious to learn how to use them, this is the website you want to visit.

Who Is Ines Petit?

Ines Petit is originally from Venezuela but now lives in the U.K. She is a self-taught artist but now uses several different mediums to perfect her craft. She uses her influence, which includes more than 3,400 followers on Twitter alone, to spread valuable information about how to create more sustainable art.

Regardless of the medium you use, you can find some very useful information when you visit Ines has provided information on mediums such as water colors, acrylic, wood-carving, oil painting, and so much more.

Whether you’re a beginner who only has a handful of acrylic paints on hand or a beginner who has them all, this website makes it easy to make the most out of what you already have. + = Success

Petit feels that visitors using both her company and the Vandermieden website is the perfect way to offer visitors even more help than they’ve had up to this point. Between the two sites, she feels that visitors will receive a wealth of information and lots of practical tips to practice and improve their craft without wasting supplies and harming the environment.

For additional information visit Sustain The ArtOpens in a new tab.

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Caraca's self-taught artist based in the UK, Ines explores unconventional materials and sustainability.

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