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Make Progress in Oil Painting (Wed) with Alan Nowell

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"Make Progress in Oil Painting" with Alan Nowell

$350 + materials

Wednesdays starting August 8th- December 5th from 2pm-5pm. (Class Break September 26th and no class November 28th for Thanksgiving week)

Great for beginners with some drawing/oil painting experience to advanced students.

See extended description at the bottom of the page.

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$350.00

 

SUPPLIES- 16 week Oil painting

THE PALETTE

• You can use either petroleum based oils or water mixable oils. 

   I paint with Winsor Newton water mixable oils

• We will use a limited palette consisting of

Yellow Ochre

Cadmium Yellow Light

Ultramarine Blue

Alizerin Crimson

Burnt Sienna

Titanium White

 

BRUSHES & Knives

• Good quality brushes are really important. I use: #6, #4 and #2 flats for 95% of everything I paint. 

   I recommend the Sliver Brush Grand Prix Series.

• Palette knives are useful and will be demonstrated.

• There are other interesting tools I’ve discovered that we’ll show and discuss in class.

 

Solvents

• If you’re using solvent based oils please use Gamsol or odorless turpanoid

 

Easels will be provided but the students will be responsible for acquiring the paint, 

canvas panels, brushes, paper towels, solvents and solvent containers

 

Details

Join artist Alan Nowell in a 16 week course where he teaches you the foundation of creating a successful painting.  This oil painting workshop teaches the fundamentals of painting using the tools and methods traditionally used in fine art. Work on your own pieces and subject matter and watch your progression and learn valuable information from the pro!

This class fills, register quickly. We require payment in full for registration.

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