MATERIALS LIST FOR OILS
Winsor Newton, Holbein, Rembrant(....ie any professional quality brand)
The first three colors are favorites of mine and mandatory for landscape painting. The last nine are also all on my basic palette, but i'm not fussy about which brand you use. I also use the occasional special color which I will share in class.
PAMPERS BABY WIPES:
PHOTOS YOU HAVE TAKEN YOURSELF:
General Class Information:
Most often class consists of the student painting from a photo that inspires him/her (yours or I have hundreds to choose from and will be happy to loan to you). From these photos, I teach value and color relationships as well as composition and design.
Oil Painting Classes @ Stuart Art Supply Studio
Mondays : 1/pm - 4/pm
Wednesdays : 9/am - 12/pm
Classes cost $135/month for (4) 3 hour classes
Walk-ins are always weclome @ $40/class.
(Those paying monthly have a reserved spot & walk-ins are first come / first serve basis)
Payments are made to Karen in class
Watercolor Painting Classes @ The Elliott Museum
Tuesdays: 9/am - 12/pm
All payments for this class are via the Elliot Museum.
Please call (772) 225-1961, ext.121
(More information about this class to come soon)
WATERCOLOR MATERIALS LIST
Pigments are Daniel Smith brand and can be bought at the Stuart Art Store
Nice to have colors:
Brushes: Stuart Art Supply
Arches 300lb. Cold pressed watercolor paper….minimum of 3 sheets to start
Paper towel….I like Viva the best
Big water container…mine would hold 5lbs of flour with room to spare
Small water container (to keep clean water)
Absorbent cloth …I use an old hand towel or something that size
Gator board …get this at www.cheapjoes.com the big size is best, but if room is a problem, the smaller size board will be okay for our class purposes.
Something that is about 4 inches tall that you can lean your gatorboard on to get a slanted surface upon which to paint….I use a short piece of 4x4 lumber that I got from Home Depot.
Petri Dishes www.sciencestuff.com size 95mm or the nearest size to 100mm. You'll need a minimum of 10 dishes, 20 would be much better….or any other small container that has a fairly large, flat bottom. You will be putting pigment in these containers with a water wash around the outside of the pigment. Some people have used Ziploc (1 cup size) plastic containers that you can get in any grocery store.