Materials Lists

 

FALL 2019

 

 

Hand and Wheel: Section A with Shawn Baker

Materials included with tuition.

 

 

Hand and Wheel: Section B with Harris Rosenblum

Materials included with tuition.

 

 

Hand and Wheel: Section C with Tina Gram

Materials included with tuition.

 

 

Hand and Wheel: Section D with Joe Madres

Materials included with tuition.

 

 

Make it or Break it! With Harris Rosenblum

Materials included with tuition.

 

 

Watercolor Explorations with Cathy Garnett

Your regular set of watercolor brushes but include One nylon W.C. Brush #8 or #10 with a point; one nylon W.C. Flat Brush 1”.

Your regular palette of watercolor paints - If you need to supplement your watercolors add:

Transparent Yellow

Cadmium Yellow Deep

Winsor Yellow

Quinacridone gold

Scarlet Lake

Permanent Alizarin Crimson

Permanent Rose

Ultramarine Blue

Winsor Blue green shade

Winsor Green Blue shade

Diozazine Violet

Burnt Sienna

Paper: 140 Arches paper 12” x 16” in sheets or watercolor pad; 9” by 12” practice pad of cheaper (Canson) watercolor paper

Misc: paper towels, pencils, sketch book, Artist tape

We will review all materials in class

 

 

Oil and Water Do Mix with Ardis Tennyson-Loiselle

 

 

Beginning and Continuing Acrylic Painting with Marta Kaemmer

Acrylic paint – tubes: cadmium yellow medium, cadmium red light, quinacridone magenta, permanent green light, cerulean blue, ultramarine blue, burnt sienna, titanium white, ivory black. Raw umber and yellow ochre are also good neutrals, (or bring what you have) Note- I recommend heavy body acrylics rather than Liquitex basics, which are too thin.

Palette and palette knife (tupperware, wet paper towel and wax paper is a good self made, stay wet palette.)

Brushes - 3 to 6 of differing sizes and shape, synthetic and bristle, filberts and squares, plus one flat 1” wide

Canvas panels and at least one prestretched canvas, at least 11x14 inches

Artist tape, paper towels, spray bottle

Optional:

Acrylic mediums (not essential for beginners -acrylic glazing medium is good for thinning acrylics, matt or gloss medium-good for impasto and collage)

Paper (Bristol, Strathmore 300 or any heavier paper for wet mediums)

Gesso (for preparing paper, surfaces to paint on)

Keep a sketchbook!!!!!

 

 

Advanced Acrylic Painting with Marta Kaemmer

Acrylic paint – tubes: cadmium yellow medium, cadmium red light, quinacridone magenta, permanent green light, cerulean blue, ultramarine blue, burnt sienna, titanium white, ivory black. Raw umber and yellow ochre are also good neutrals, (or bring what you have) Note- I recommend heavy body acrylics rather than Liquitex basics, which are too thin.

Palette and palette knife (tupperware, wet paper towel and wax paper is a good self made, stay wet palette.)

Brushes - 3 to 6 of differing sizes and shape, synthetic and bristle, filberts and squares, plus one flat 1” wide

Canvas panels and at least one prestretched canvas, at least 11x14 inches

Artist tape, paper towels, spray bottle

Optional:

Acrylic mediums (not essential for beginners -acrylic glazing medium is good for thinning acrylics, matt or gloss medium-good for impasto and collage)

Paper (Bristol, Strathmore 300 or any heavier paper for wet mediums)

Gesso (for preparing paper, surfaces to paint on)

Keep a sketchbook!!!!!

 

 

Discover Drawing with Zoe Schein

Drawing pencils

Pencil sharpener

Vine Charcoal

Kneaded rubber eraser

Chalk pastels (set of 8 or more)

Colored pencils

Ruler

Sketchbook of white drawing paper - 9x12" or larger

 

Optional:

Pad of larger paper - 12x18" or larger

Spray fixative (matte finish) 

Crowquill and dip ink

 

 

Go Figure! With Ardis Tennyson-Loiselle

 

 

I Can’t Believe It’s Colored Pencil with Sami Martasian

A conventional color pencil set, suggested 20-70 count depending on the preference of artist. Do you prefer to make very bright, rainbow art? If so bring more colors.  

10 water soluble colored pencils, be sure to include red, yellow and blue

At least 1 black water soluble colored pencil 

A watercolor set, again with a range of colors to the artist’s preference and including both small and wide brushes

Drawing supplies, graphite pencils, erasers, a sharpener

At least one  .5 fine tip pen (suggested- micron sakura)

At least one brush tip pen 

Multimedia sketchbook (suggested-canson mix media 9x12)

Watercolor specific block or sketchbook (suggested- canson 11x15) 

A few small, portable objects of interest to serve as still life subjects 

 

 

Social Sketch with Sami Martasian

For each class

A sketchbook of choice with plenty of paper, 8 1/2 x 1- at the smallest 

Pencils/erasers 

Drawing pens of a few sizes 

Markers, watercolor, colored pencils, whatever each artist prefers to use to add color

 

Encouraged to bring from time to time:

Examples of work that are inspiring or interesting (including books, music, pictures or videos)

Crafts or projects students are working on outside of our class

New materials to experiment with 

 

 

Drawing Life with Cat Bennett

A materials fee of $25 will be collected by the instructor on the first day of class. All materials included.

 

 

Mixed Media – Personal Explorations with Ruth Henry

Materials needed vary by student and will be addressed in class.

 

 

Cultural Explorations with Monica Srivastava

 

 

Beyond Simple String with Talia Lefton

 

 

Writing Nonfiction – Memory, Memoir, and Me with Zoe Schein

Notebook and writing utensil.