Studio Art Class for Adults
I am very excited about this workshop. Listed below are the supplies you will need. If you have any questions, call me at 501-912-6302 or even better email me at email@example.com. Most of these supplies can be found at Hobby Lobby or Michael’s.
Titanium White (large tube)
Cadmium Yellow - medium
French Ultra Marine Blue
You are welcome to bring other pigments
B. Palette: 16”x20” or 20”x24” glass mounted to a wooden board painted white. (If you don’t want to make a palette, you can buy a picture frame from Wal-Mart or Dollar Stores, glass frame is ideal for a palette.) I don’t want paper palettes.
C. Brushes: 4 brushes 2, 4, 6, and 8, Grumbacher or Edgar Degas-Series 4229. Robert Simmons is a good brush, too, any white hog hair brush. (We will mostly paint with large brushes.)
D. Container to hold paint thinner…small tin can (NO GLASS CONTAINERS)
E. Low or no odor paint thinner
F. Two rolls of paper towels
G. Glass Scraper – single edge razor to scrape paint off glass palette.
H. Masonite boards or canvases following sizes
4 – 8” x 10”
4 – 16” x 20”
1 – 20” x 24” or 24" x 30"
I. Largest palette knive - 3" to 4" long
Portable Easel (“French Easel”)
Camera’s and recorders are welcome – anything to further enrich your time at the workshop.
Come ready to learn!
The aim for this workshop is to examine the principles behind producing oil paintings (still life, head painting and landscapes). Beginners to professionals…we will study everything from selecting the subject matter, composition, color & tone, plus technique itself.