Materials List for Oil Portrait Workshops Students may bring their own paints and supplies using the following list as a guide. All of the supplies listed are also available for purchase at the workshop. There is also the option of buying only the paint you need for the week, explained below under Squeezies.
Tube Paints Top Row On Palette: Cadmium Yellow Cadmium Orange Cadmium Scarlet Cadmium Red Quinacridone Rose Alizarin Crimson Dioxizine Purple (MGraham)
Cadmium Green Pale (W/N) Permanent Green Light (W/N) Sap Green Viridian
Kings Blue - Rembrandt Cerulean Blue Cobalt Blue Ultramarine Blue Ivory Black Second Row On Palette: Stil de Grain Yellow - Rembrandt Yellow Ochre - Mussini Attish light ochre Gold Ochre English Red - (W/N) Caput Mortuum Violet - Rembrandt
*All paints not otherwise marked are manufactured by Winsor & Newton and Rembrandt
Squeezies For a cost of $40 per week, you can load your palette with as much paint as you need from my personal supply of paint tubes. This gives the artist the opportunity to use my paints without having to purchase individual tubes of paint, and also eliminates the need to transport the paints long distances.
Canvas 7 Day Workshop - 2 16 x 20 canvases. 12 Day Workshop - 7 16 x 20 canvases. 11 Day Advanced Workshop - 2 24x30 canvases. Plein air Workshop - 9 11x14 gessoed masonite boards.
*Cotton duck is suitable for the workshop. Buy regular - DO NOT BUY PRE-STRETCHED LINEN CANVASES! They are expensive and not of the same quality as the un- stretched linen.
Brushes Silver Silverstone Grand Prix Hog Bristle Filbert (#2, 3, 4), Silver Grand Prix Hog Bristle Filbert (#1), Silver Renaissance Sable Filbert (#4).
Brush sets can additionally be found for sale here:
I will have available for purchase Lee Boynton's marvelous balanced hand held palettes. Other Materials Paper towels or rags Retouch varnish Brush washer Poppy seed oil Clove oil - available in pharmacies Grumbacher Medium II (slow drying medium) Odorless thinner or turpenoid