Noah’s Art Quality Art Supplies is an artist’s supplies store located at Holden Hill in the North Eastern suburbs, catering for students through to professional artists.
Noah’s Art gives the best service and advice in Adelaide. Most of our friendly staff are accomplished artists with many years experience.
We invite you to come in and see the largest range of art supplies north east of the city. Products available include the brands Windsor & Newton, Art Spectrum, Stabilo, Talens, Arches, Canson, Schmincke, Rembrandt, Matisse, Atelier and many more. You will find a variety of paints, brushes, pastels, pencils, papers and quality canvases. You will also find canvas on the roll and stretcher bars to make your own canvases, or you can order quality canvases stretched to your required size.
Check out our CLASSES page in the menu for more information on our art classes for children and adults, including our timetable and prices
Art activities promote mental, social and emotional well-being and growth. Children are visual thinkers - they think in pictures, so expressing ideas and feelings through images or art activities is very natural to them. At Noah's Art we now offer classes for special needs children. Our classes foster individual exploration and expression alongside social interaction in a safe and fun setting.
Our art classes aim to empower children by:
- building life skills
- promoting healthy expression
- encouraging creative exploration
- promoting social skills through interaction with others
- sharing the same focus, and observing artwork by others which allows students to see other peoples points of view
- positive reinforcement and improved self esteem
- stress relief
- confidence boost
- improved communication
Contact us today for more information and to register your interest
These videos are created by the team here at Noah's Art to help you out when we're not around.
Tips, tricks and insights from con and the team
Perspective Part 1 Perspective, perspective, perspective! Grrrrrrr…..!!! I hear it in class all the time and I feel so sorry for people struggling with it. It is a struggle to apply, a struggle to teach and a struggle to see. I’m thinking of doing another workshop on it soon but I’ll try to help you […]
Winning against Artist's Block I am of the firm belief that we shouldn’t wait for the mood to paint. We should put ourselves in the environment and our mood will change. Don’t wait, start something and you will change. As a young editorial artist I was given an illustration in the most stressful of situations […]
The challenge When we start a new piece of work there can be a real struggle. On most occasions artwork can go through what I call the ugly period. But the ugly period is nothing to be scared of. It’s just the most challenging part in making your artwork work. This is where the real […]
Watercolour, the little beastie Part 1. I’ve taught watercolour for some time now. It was a main medium of mine when I worked for News Ltd as an Editorial Artist. It’s something that I’d always wanted to teach and have done with success and with some fails. If you are interested in watercolour painting here […]
Pencil Drawing Line and tone in realism As we draw, we will always start with an outline. Outlines serve as the construction of an object or objects but they will all serve to be placement for tones as well, such as shadows and highlights. Line is so important for structure and placement of shapes but […]
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