Gamblin Artists Colors

Gamblin Studio Knives

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$17.99
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Gamblin Studio Knives
Group photo of Gamblin Studio Knives for painting.
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Group photo of Gamblin Studio Knives for painting.
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives
Gamblin Studio Knives

Gamblin Artists Colors

Gamblin Studio Knives

Regular price
$17.99
Regular price
$0.00 $0.00
Sale price
$17.99
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Available For Delivery: (6 available)
In-Store Availability:
  • Granville Island (2 available)
  • Victoria (6 available)
  • Kelowna (6 available)
  • Langley (2 available)
  • North Vancouver (3 available)
  • Downtown Vancouver (2 available)
  • Coquitlam (5 available)

Gamblin studio knives offer artists are a more thoughtful, joyful, and sustainable choice for one of their most important tools.

Gamblin studio knives offer a balanced, progressive tension and spring. Flexibility for the subtlest of color-mixing and mark-making, yet strong enough to hold their own against a canvas.

Gamblin studio knives are crafted from FSC-Certified wood with one-piece, non-reflective blades. No welds to break. No coatings to flake. Each knife is thoughtfully designed and sustainably built to support a lifetime of painting.

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Caroline S.
Gamblin studio knife

I was pleasantly surprised when I received my first knife from this company. It’s wonderfully flexible and the handle is very ergonomic in design. I’ll definitely be adding to my collection of this brand as they are well made and a pleasure to use!

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KHA
Love the handle

I bought this palette knife because I saw an artist on Instagram using it. I love the feel of the handle and the way its contours make it easy to hold. My only complaint is that the metal of the actual knife blade is a kind of 'matte' finish, which makes it a bit harder to wipe the paint off. I prefer a shiny smooth knife.