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Allen, Julie – Capturing Transparent Glass with Watercolor

Note: Bring the watercolor supplies you already have. Supplies Hairdryer (A must to expedite drying between glazes) Drawing pencil – 2B Artist tape of masking tape Ruler 2 containers for water A roll of paper towels (Viva works the best) Palette (watercolor...

Combs, Michele – Landscape and Nature

Canvas – bring a size you are comfortable with. If a beginner start small. Ideas for painting – photos Brushes # 2, #4, #6, and # 8 filberts/flat any combination – if buying new oil brushes I recommend Signet by Robert Simmons – for oil (sizes of brushes...

Coppin, Michele – Painting (all)

Acrylic and Oil Paint supply lists Acrylic Paint Burnt Umber (2 oz.) Ultramarine Blue (2 oz.) Cadmium Yellow Light (2 oz.) Alizarin Crimson Permanent (2 oz.) Cadmium Red Medium (2 oz.) Yellow Ochre (2 oz.) Burnt Sienna (2 oz.) Phthalo Blue (2 oz.) Titanium White (5...

Dahl, Sam – Printmaking (all)

Apron Paper towels 10-pack of disposable Nitrile or Latex gloves 30-40 Q-tips Used plushy bathroom towel (needed for drying heavy-weight printmaking paper)–something absorbent that you don’t care...

Franchevich, Cris – Watercolor and Urban Sketching (all)

Watercolor paint Professional grade in tubes or dry pans – student grade paint is NOT recommended. Better to invest in fewer colors but high-quality brands.  The ultimate reduced palette: 3 colors. 5 ml tubes.  Alizarin Crimson or Quinacridone rose Ultramarine...
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