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Best Art Supply Store Houston 2006 - Texas Art Supply

Texas Art Supply

Texas Art Supply

2001 Montrose Blvd.

Houston, TX 77006


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We're going to have to retire this award unless someone else steps up to the easel pretty soon, but for now the folks at Texas Art Supply can hang up their third plaque in as many years. The place really does have it all: paints, brushes, canvases, easels, stamps, inks, molds, clay, posterboard, books, desks ? you name it. Good luck coming up with something this store doesn't stock. And, if you do, no worries: You can go online at and order it.
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Texas Art Supply is THE BEST. After having lived in other states, I really appreciate having this store which is unique to TEXAS . I have depended upon TA for all of my Art supplies for more than 30 years. I had the pleasure of working there in my younger days and know first hand that the management is the best. ..Very good individuals who support the arts in many ways you may not be aware of. Now as an art teacher, I am able to bring in blanket PO's for most of the supplies I use all year with my high school students. I depend on them all year and have never been disappointed. They are always happy to work with us and even give a Teacher Discount which makes prices very competitive. The online catalog is a very nice addition as well. I have never had a problem with the Montrose store being poorly stocked, but if you call ahead, they will have your order ready and waiting for you.Texas Art...I give you ***** five stars! :o) Thank you!


i wish this store would get retired as "best." it simply is not. not only does it sometimes not stock basic acrylic colors such as black or white on the shelves for weeks at times, you are forced to go to the "order" desk to make requests for these supplies. a weak supply paint brushes more geared towards the "craft" person with the max paint brush width of 1 1/2, it is heartbreaking to see so woesome of art supply store in city this size. i wish pearl art would come back! now that's heaven for an artist who really wants diversity!