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Spring Class

Experimenting with Oils

Oil Techniques

  • Instructor: Edgar Jerins
  • Ages: Adult and Teen 16+
  • Day: Monday
  • Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Dates: 04/29/2019 - 06/10/2019
  • Class not held on: May 27
  • Sessions: 6
  • Fee: $182 / $164 Members
  • Print Materials List

    Materials for Oil Techniques:

    • A cup for odorless mineral spirits.
    • A pallet –  either wood, glass or paper pallet made for oil paint.
    • Paints – The paints can be whatever quality the student desires.  Naples yellow or yellow ocher, cadmium red and cadmium yellow, raw sienna, raw umber, viridian green, ultramarine or cobalt blue, alizarin crimson, mars or ivory black and titanium white.
    • Brushes –  bristle brushes – a number 1 round, number 1 and 3 Filbert,  & a 6 and 8 flat. Imitation sable – number 1 and 3. Also feel free to bring more brushes if you have them.
    • Medium – any medium that the student is comfortable with. Liquin is a good all-around medium.
    • Odorless mineral spirits.
    • Stretched canvas and or gesso boards (not canvas board) about 11”x14”
    • Smock, apron and/or clothes you don’t mind getting paint on. We will get messy!

     

  • Register for this Class

For beginning or advanced painters – learn the basics or improve your technique! Learn how to mix colors, apply paint, and work in layers to create a luminous oil painting. A still life will be set up but students can bring their own photographs or even a mirror if they want to do a self-portrait. The photographs should be clear and printed at least 8 x 10.