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"Painting with Colored Pencils" with Barbara Rogers

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"Painting with Colored Pencils" with Barbara Rogers

Saturday, August 12th from 10-5 pm

$125 + materials

Have you ever looked at a colored pencil painting and thought, “I can’t believe it’s colored pencil!”

Yes, colored pencils have come a long way since your childhood.  If you have ever been curious about the medium and wanted to try it, this workshop will demystify colored pencils by teaching you a variety of techniques that artists use to create their work. In the morning students will learn how to lay down pigment, layer colors, glaze, cross-hatch, scumble, burnish, impress lines, create sgraffito effects, lift pigment, create soft edges, shade and erase.

 In the afternoon students will work on a small drawing to use and integrate many of the techniques they learned in the morning.

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1. A medium-size tablet of white drawing paper (Stonehenge, Bienfang, Strathmore), sturdy with some tooth


2.   The colors I have listed are Prismacolors, but if you have equivalent colors in another brand (I prefer Caran D’ache as they are the absolute best!) those are fine also.  You may mix brands.  

You will need:  white, indigo blue, Tuscan red, sand, limepeel, dark purple, dark green, cream, powder blue, poppy red, carmine red, crimson red, dark brown, and a variety of other colors.  You may mix brands.  


3. White, plastic eraser and/ or kneaded eraser


4.  Graphite pencil


5.  Drafting or masking tape


6.  2-ball stylus


7.  Battery operated or hand-held pencil sharpener with cup for shavings.


8.  A colorless blending pencil (I recommend Caran D’Ache Blender Bright), but you may bring what you have.


9.  A small drawing board


10. X-Acto knife