An introduction to my range of Artist Brushes. See each different type "in action" to learn what each brush can be used for. Different shapes and fibre types have been used to create a range of brushes ideal for use with oils, acrylics, watercolour and gouache. Some have longer than standard fibres to give them more "flex" or to help my fine round brushes keep their point for longer and to hold more paint as you work.
If you have any questions about any of my brushes, do please email me, I am always happy to help.RETURN TO SHOP
Anthony says about using Melanie Cambridge Artist Brushes: “I find Melanie’s no.6 Filbert very useful during the mid-stages of my paintings. It has a uniform edge with just the right amount of firmness when applying oil paint to the canvas. Unlike other filberts I’ve tried, this one retains its shape beautifully after cleaning with no protruding hairs, which you would otherwise get with hog hair. I really like the length of the brush too which gives it good balance & feel.”RETURN TO SHOP
Here's an acrylic painting by Andrew Forrest of the Grand Canal in Venice. He uses my range of Artist Brushes, including the No.0 Round Brush to create all those lovely details.
Andrew says about using Melanie Cambridge Artist Brushes: "I find the fine detail brush has an excellent balance in the hand, that it offers pinpoint precision and is highly durable. I used to use mainly short-handled brushes, but these long-handled Melanie Cambridge ones, in a stylish green, somehow carry with them more finesse. I also enjoy using the No 4 Round which has great versatility".RETURN TO SHOP
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