Monday–Friday, 9:30 AM–1:30 PM
June 24–28 (5 days)
Logan Heights Studio
$210/230 (includes model)
MATERIALS: You do not need to buy everything on this list. Only buy materials that relate to the medium you plan to work with. Bring your own favorite materials or try my supplies, which are listed here:
Drawing: drawing board with clips; 18” x 24” newsprint and regular 18” x 24” drawing pad; soft vine charcoal sticks; General (the name of the brand) 4B charcoal pencil or, if you prefer, graphite pencils, 2B and 4B; razor for sharpening pencils; kneaded eraser.
Pastels: softest vine charcoal; NuPastel, box of 96 pieces; Canson brand pastel paper, #429, 426, or 431; foam core drawing board cut one inch larger than your paper, with two clips to hold it.
Beginning Watercolor: one tube each of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Sienna watercolor for the first session, more colors if you have them (additional colors will be discussed at first meeting); large covered Woods or Pike palette; a #12 pointed and a 1” flat brush; Arches or other good quality paper (no Strathmore student-grade watercolor paper).
Oils: up to 18” x 24” canvas board; #2, 4, 8, 12 Robert Simmons filbert brushes; Liquin, Gamsol odorless mineral spirits with container; Viva paper towels; disposable paper, wood or glass palette (plastic palette saver to store them); Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, and Permalba White paint for the first session, or if experienced, also bring a warm and cool of each primary color or whatever colors you normally use.
Acrylics: Same as oils, except no mineral spirits, just a container for water.