BEAM Gouache! Travel Card

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If you’ve been looking to try Beam Paints, but have found the shipping costs bothersome, this is for you! These dot cards have samples of our favourite colours. *READ SHIPPING DETAILS BELOW

If purchasing a travel card alone, please choose curbside pick up as your shipping option and make sure to write in the notes of your order "SNAILMAIL" and the address you would like it to be sent to.


The funnest word to say in art! "gwaa-shhhh"

These lovelies are watercolour with opacity so they shine out on dark papers and as highlights in watercolours, or mix with your regular palette to open a while new range. Thank you for supporting indigenous female business!

Min Boahjihgeh-Good Dreams(gouache ) on Black paper

Ginii’aande-Wild Rose PR122, PW6

Kizheb’aande-Morning colour (peach)ochre PR101, PW6


Zhaaw’bmide’aande-Butter-PY74, PW6

Mememgwanh’waaskoneh’aande-Milkweed(bitterly flower colour) PY74, PB15.1, PW6 

Piitchii Waawnun’aande-Robins Egg PG7, PW7

Mkwum’aande-Ice colour PB29, PW6

Gaatchi’Waaskonense-Lavender PV23, PW6 

Ngwanquat-Grey Ultra (cloud) PB29, PR 101, PY74, PW6

Classic Gold (powdered bronze)

Limestone White-PW6 

About Beam Paints

Beam Paints is the result of a multi-generational love of pigment, paint, colour, and innovation. I was raised by my artist parents, Carl Beam and Ann Beam, and was taught from a young age how to harvest hematite pigment in the LaCloche mountain range near our home in M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island. Beam Paints draws on my early educations in Indigenous pigment and expands it to encompass all paint traditions. A focus on high quality pigment content creates sublime artist materials, with plastic free packaging. Click on one of these articles to find out more:

Gathering Colour Article in Snapline summer 2019 Page 27-31

Lightfast pigments, tree sap, gum arabic, and Manitoulin honey, blend together to create a handmade  saturated colour that is a joy to paint with. From thick stripes to fine washes and details, quality is evident in every stroke. Our watercolours are shaped into paintstones, our version of a half-pan, before being wrapped in beeswaxed canvas. Our pans are packaged in slices of cedar and birch offcuts from an Indigenous sustainable lumber operation.

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