ALL MATERIALS CAN BE PURCHASED WITH A STUDENT DISCOUNT AT THE GOLDEN EAGLE 

OIL PAINTING

with JOHN CAPELLO 

 

Materials Required:

1-2 canvases (16x20)
Metal Palette Knife

Palette Paper Pad or Reusable Palette 

Assorted Brushes 

Paper Towels

Gamsol & Glass Jar

Oil Painting Medium (Res-n-gel, Solvent-Free Fluid) & Glass Jar

 

Oil Paints: These are recommended colors. If you have a similar array of colors please bring what you have and buy colors as we proceed if necessary.

 

Titanium White

Raw Sienna

Yellow Ochre

Cadmium Yellow Light

Cadmium Orange

Cadmium Red Medium

Alizarin Crimson

Magenta

Burnt Sienna

Raw Umber

Burnt Umber

Ultramarine Blue

Cobalt Blue

Cerulean Blue 

Viridian

Ivory Black

PRINTING PRESS WORKSHOP 

with LESLEY OBROCK

Materials Required:

X-Acto knife w/extra blades
Akua printmaking plates (2 sizes 8x10 or larger)

BFK-Reeves printmaking paper (2 sheets will be supplied)

Duro oiled stencil board 1 sheet
Duralar acetate alternative 1 sheet
Paper Towels
Baby wipes

Supplies can be purchased with a student discount

at the Golden Eagle.

Materials Supplied:

Akua inks
Brayers
Transparent base
Practice paper (BFK Reeves & Newsprint) Mark making tools

Acrylic paints (vibrant/fluorescent)

DRAWING 101

with LINDA CAPELLO 

 

Materials Required:

18x24 Newsprint Pad

Graphite Woodless Pencil (6B, 8B, or 9B Preferably)

Soft Charcoal

Kneaded Eraser

Optional:

Drawing Board

Drawing Pad

Conte Crayons

Soft Graphite Sketching Crayons

AN EXPLORATION IN ABSTRACTION

with ELIZABETH KARSCH

Elizabeth is all about playing with different mediums and finding unconventional
ways to use materials, so the more options you have, the better the exploration
will go.

 

Materials:
Acrylic paints
Gesso (to be used instead of white/black paint)
Pastels
Charcoal (vine and block)
Graphite pencils
Colored pencils
Brushes - varied sizes & widths
Rags / Paper Towels
Paper 22x30
Drawing boards
Stretched canvas - optional


Elizabeth prefers to work on paper because it accepts materials much more
easily than canvas, but some of you may feel the need to walk away with
something more substantial than works on paper. This will be discussed in class
and each student will decide if they