A Gift Guide for the Experienced Painter in Your Life
Looking for a meaningful gift for someone who’s obsessed with painting? We’ve got you covered with products to add to their palette of essential materials for getting down to work. Experienced painters have unique dilemmas that are hard to brush off, and these gifts will help make your artistic pal’s life a whole lot smoother and easier.
An Apron to No Longer Fear “Happy Little Accidents”
When painters are in the zone, their art studios can get wild and messy. Before they know it, paint has splashed on their arms, faces and even clothes. Paint stains are usually hard to remove from clothing, which might force your friend to spend money on new shirts or pants instead of more paint supplies. It’s time for a coverup.
A Tabletop Easel to Give Those Poor, Tired Feet a Break
If your friend is painting and standing on their feet all day, they most likely experience sore feet or other foot-related issues. Stop your friend from feeling defeeted by treating them to a portable and sturdy tabletop easel so they can enjoy doing their paintwork from the comfort of a chair.
A Massager to Roll Away Pain
People who write or type the entire day aren’t the only ones who might develop pain in their fingers or arms. After hours of focused painting, a painter’s hands and arms can feel cramped and strained. Fortunately, massagers are here to save the day.
A Fancy, Practical Painter’s Case to Protect Their Art Babies
Introduce your painter to new ways to protect their work with this gift that transports their art to and from the next exhibit. The Prestige carry-all soft-sided art portfolio allows them to keep their work safe and organized anywhere. It’s an upgrade from whatever they’re using (or not using), as it’s water-resistant and constructed to support artwork to maintain its form — no more stressing about spills or accidentally crushing masterpieces.
A Hard-Working Moisturizer to Keep Skin in Check
Lotion and skin go together like Bob Ross and happy trees. Painters are always washing paint stains off their hands. After constant romps with soap and water (or even harsher substances like rubbing alcohol), a painter’s hands can become super dry. It gets even worse during the winter. Send your recipient CeraVe Moisturizing Cream immediately for some serious nourishment and to beat the devil out of dry skin.