ACRYLIC & OIL: LEVEL I with Penelope Grumbine Hornock, Monday's 4-7pm. (beginner to intermediate) As a beginner, you will be introduced to laying out a color palette, how to mix colors, use acrylic and/ or oil medium. Tools and techniques of acrylic and oil paints will be demonstrated. Knife paintings lend themselves well to canvas board and brushes to stretched canvas. The elements of structure and space in a composition and the use of light will be emphasized. Sketches from life and your own photos may be used as references for subject matter. You may bring your own still life objects of interest.
TUITION: $175 MEM / $200 NON-MEM
You may choose to work in oil paint, acrylic paint, pastel, watercolor or any other method.
Here are suggested material lists:
Painting Support (Canvas, canvas board, gessoed watercolor paper) Please use at least a 11x14 canvas.
Palette: Paper Palette, Plexiglass or Wood to organize paints Paints: Any brand (Student grade to professional grade depending on your experience and budget)
Colors Suggested: Ultramarine Blue, Ultramarine Violet, Pthalo Blue, Sap Green, Cadmium Yellow Medium,
Cadmium Yellow Pale, Cadmium Red Light, Dioxizine Purple, Alizarin Crimson, Titanium White, Burnt Sienna. (Different brands have different spellings)
Optional Colors: Thio Violet (Grumbacher), Brilliant Yellow Light (Richeson), Naples Yellow, Burnt Umber.
Brushes: Selection of bristle brushes, flat, round, filberts. Synthetic mongoose brushes
(Monarchs by Winsor & Newton). Sizes 2-12. Always start with larger brushes.
Palette knives: To move and mix paint- metal is preferred for wooden supports , plastic will be fine for mixing
Mediums and Containers: I use Liquin or Turpenoid Natural for oils. Avoid harsh chemical turpentine. Water can be used for Acrylic or Acrylic matte or gloss mediums. Acrylic paint extender by Matisse. Empty cat food and tuna fish cans work
well to hold mediums. Small plastic lidded containers (if you mix paint that you will want to keep and store until you complete the work)
Rags or paper towels Brush cleaner – Masters Brush soap or Fels Naptha ( wrap in a sheet of aluminum foil or place in a
small lidded container) Miscellaneous: Bag to hold supplies, Jars or vases to hold brushes. Apron or painting shirt
Pastels: Your choice of pastels, pastel paper, fixative, (unscented hairspray is very affordable and less caustic) rags or paper towels for cleaning easels.
Reference Photos: You may print your own photos, copyright free photo references or use an I-pad.
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