"Three Approaches To The Oil Landscape”
Cost: $375.0/ Deposit:$187.50
Ask any accomplished painter if there is one best approach to painting a successful oil landscape and the answer should be no. Different scenes can best be rendered using an approach unique to that subject. In this workshop we will explore 3 unique approaches used to render 3 different landscapes in oil. All of these approaches will cover the fundamentals of painting and provide the student with successful problem solving skills. Each session will include an instructor demonstration and thorough explanation of that sessions approach followed by individual student instruction. This workshop will require specific materials and substrates, which will be outlined in the materials list. Please note that we will all be painting from reference provided by the instructor.
Materials: Please note that this workshop is an Oil Painting Workshop. The approaches we will explore are unique and can only be accomplished in Oil using the specific materials listed.
Paints – Cadmium Lemon Yellow – (any brand is ok)
Permanent Red Medium – (any brand is ok) – I use Rembrandt
Ultramarine Blue – (any brand is ok)
Transparent Oxide Red – (any brand is ok) – I use Rembrandt
Alizarin Orange – Williamsburg
Titanium White – (any brand is ok) – I use Lafranc
Brushes – Bristle Flats - #s 2, 4, 6, 8 – I use Utrecht and Da Vinci
Synthetic Mongoose Flats - #s 2, 4, 6, 8 – (Jerry’s has Raphael Kervin)
I use Rosemary & Co. Masters
Script / Rigger # 2 or 4 – Sable or Synthetic
Painting Knife – Medium or Large Trowel Shape
Painting Surfaces – Note: Students must have smooth textured Canvas or Gesso board Panels. 3 Canvas / Gesso Board panels are needed. 1- 12” x 12”, 1- 10” x 20” or 8” x 16”, 1- 9” x 12”.
Medium / Thinner – Odorless Mineral Spirits
Brush Cleaner – Odorless Mineral Spirits
Good Quality Paper Towels
Make All checks out to: Drexel Event Center
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