May 11 - Exploring
Textures in Trees, Rocks & Wood
June 8 - Flowers in
Strong Light & Shadow
Bring your lunch
$20. per class--limit 10
6503 67th Str E., Ellenton
Sign up by calling
Anna Maria Island (Jan.-Mar.
$20 mem. $24. non mem.
Community Center on Magnolia 778-1908
Sign up by calling.
Bring your lunch
$20 per class-- Limit 10
941-729-2326 or 224-3737
To sign up call the instructor
Keetons Art Supply
Monthly 9-1 $35.
You may rent ALL supplies
for any class for $5. Call to reserve before class.
Instructor will have
some supplies on hand to purchase.
Tube paints and a covered palette with a LARGE mixing area.
Squeeze large amount in palette wells in the following order.
Lemon Yellow (no nickel titanium)
Deep Yellow or D. S. Quinacridone Gold
Permanent Rose (other reds, crimsons or rose madders will not work)
optional: Burnt Sienna and Opera
These colors are the
ONLY COLORS used in ALL classes. Don't buy a set; it will contain
mostly premixed colors that
we can't use and only one or two that we can use.
Synthetics or blends are fine, but make sure they are designated as watercolor
Most brushes sold in sets are too
small and usually very poor quality when wet.
buys are brushes such as these:
#8, #10, #14 rounds (Loew-Cornell #7020
has a great point and holds water well))
3/4 or 1” flat brush (Loew-Cornell #7550 is
superior to most flats except natural hair)
Wide (3”) cheap flat brush for wetting paper
A small bristle brush (1/4” flat) for scrubbing
Natural sponge, great for scrubbing out or lifting.
Cold Press Watercolor Paper (22 x 30 full sheet cut into 1/4 sheets)
I will have this for $1.50
Lana or Richeson
(NO Strathmore paper or pads.
You will have difficulty painting on this paper.)
Notepad or clipboard
Kneaded Eraser (no other erasers should be used on watercolor paper)
Paper Towels (softer ones are better)
2 Water Containers (margarine containers or larger)
Masking Tape (no colors, please. Cheap stuff is fine)
Paper support, 1/4 sheet size of non-porous
board. I will
have these for $3.