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Supplies can be purchased with a student discount at
The Golden Eagle

 

OIL PAINTING

with CARO DRANOW

 

Materials Required:
Paper Towels
1-2 canvases or panels 18x24 or larger
Metal Palette Knife
Palette Paper Pad or Reusable Palette
Assorted Brushes (as large as you plan to paint)
Gamsol/Odorless Mineral Spirits & Glass Jar
Oil Painting Medium - Linseed Oil Glass Jar or Metal Cup
Vine Charcoal
Baby Wipes
Rags (old t-shirt, towel...)
Oil Paints:
    Titanium White
    Ultramarine Blue
    Prussian Blue
    Cobalt Blue
    Viridian
    Alizarin Crimson
    Cadmium Red (light or Vermillion)
    Cadmium Yellow
    Naples Yellow
    Burnt Sienna
    Yellow Ochre
    Burnt Umber
    Ivory Black


Optional Materials:
Oil Sticks
Oil Pastels
Mixing Mediums
Printed colored reference photographs of your choice (favorite landscape or other...) to
work off of each class. We can also provide reference images based on the old Masters
technique of the day that we will be immersing ourselves in, if you do not have an
image.

 

LIFE DRAWING

with LINDA CAPELLO 

 

Materials Required

18x24 Newsprint Pad

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

Soft Charcoal

Soft Charcoal Pencil

Kneaded Eraser

Optional

Drawing Board

Drawing Pad

Conte Crayons

Soft Graphite Sketching Crayons

WATERCOLOR

with JANET JENNINGS

Materials Required:

Canson XL Watercolor Pad

Sketch Pad

Small Spray Bottle

Watercolor Palette

Paper Towels

Toothbrush

#2 Pencil

Eraser

Plastic Containers for Water

Masking Tape/Artist Tape

Suggested Brushes:

-1" or 1 1/2" Mottler

-Round 8

- 1/2" Oval Wash

3/4" or 1" Oval Wash

1" Flat

Watercolors:

-Alizarin Crimson

-Cadmium Red Light

-Cadmium Red Medium

-Cadmium Yellow

-Yellow Ochre

-Shadow Green

-Viridian

-Ultramarine

-French Ultramarine

-Cerulean Blue

-Cobalt Blue

-Prussian Blue

-Payne's Grey

-Raw Sienna

-Burnt Sienna

-Burnt Umber

-White Gouache

BEGINNER WATERCOLOR

with JANET JENNINGS


MATERIALS REQUIRED
Canson XL Watercolor Pad
Small water spray bottle
Watercolor palette - John Pike Palette or Masterson Aqua Pro Watercolor Palette
Paper Towels
Toothbrush
#2 Pencil and Eraser
Plastic containers for water
Masking Tape, Artists Tape or Blue Painters Tape


SUGGESTED BRUSHES
-Set of Brushes for Watercolor
OR
-1” or 1 1/2 “Mottler
-8 round
-1/2” oval wash
-3/4” or 1” oval wash
-1” flat.


WATERCOLORS (Preferred Paint Brands:(Holbein, Daniel Smith, Windsor & Newton, or Sennelier)
Basic Set of Watercolors
OR
2 - REDS (choose from the following)
-Alizarin Crimson
-Cadmium Red Medium
-Cadmium Red Light
2 - YELLOWS (choose from the following)
-Cadmium Yellow
-Cadmium Lemon Yellow
-Yellow Ochre
2- BLUES (choose from the following)
-Ultramarine Blue
-French Ultramarine
-Cerulean Blue
-Cobalt Blue
-Prussian Blue
GREEN
-Viridian
EARTH COLORS
-Paynes Gray
-Raw Sienna
-Burnt Sienna
-Burnt Umber
-Permanent White Gouache or Chinese White Watercolor


OPTIONAL COLORS
-Grey of Grey (Holbein)
-Shadow Green (Holbein)


OPTIONAL SUPPLIES
Sumi Inks
Small Dixie Cups
Arches Watercolor Blocks or Sheet of 140lb paper 22x30, cold or hot pressed

MIXED MEDIA

with CARO DRANOW

Materials:
Acrylic paints optional
Gesso (to be used instead of white paint)
Oil Pastels
Graphite pencils
Brushes - varied sizes & widths
Technical Drawing Pens
Rubber Cement
Glue Stick
X-Acto Knife with extra blades
Straight Edge
Scissors

Modge Podge Matte
Paper Towels
18x24 Canson XL watercolor or mixed media pad
Images to work with, family photos, newspapers, magazines...
This is a suggested list of supplies. Mixed Media is experimental, so we
encourage you to bring materials and reference sources that interest you.
The more you bring, the more you have to work with...

ABSTRACT PAINTING

with ELIZABETH KARSCH

Materials:
Acrylic paints (color choices per individual student)
Gesso (to be used instead of white paint)
Pastels
Charcoal (vine and block)

Graphite Pencils

Colored Pencils

Brushes

Rags / Paper Towels

Heavyweight Paper - the bigger, the better

Drawing boards if using paper

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 want to explore working on paper or canvas.

 

GELLI PLATE WORKSHOP

with LESLEY OBROCK

Materials Required:

Canson XL Watercolor Pad 9x12

1-2 Sheets BFK Reeves Printmaking Paper (purchase after starting class)

Gel Plate (only if you wish to work on your own at home)

 

Materials Supplies:

Acrylic Paints

Gel Plates

Brayers

X-Acto Knifes

Graphite Pencils

Acrylic Matte Medium

Stencils

Registration Board

Duralar

Practice Paper

Mark Making Tools

Paper Towels

Baby Wipes

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