Watercolor classes may resume privately
at my home
or group classes at another venue
when Covid 19 is under control.
Sorry, I miss all of you
and cannot teach the way I prefer to on Zoom.
Watercolor Supplies for all classes firstname.lastname@example.org
PERMANENT Alizarin Crimson or Permanent Red (Quinacridone)
Ultramarine Blue or French Ultramarine
Aureolin or Lemon Yellow
Cadmium yellow (deep or medium)
Tubes are best. Artist or student-grade paints from a good brand name: Winsor-Newton, Sennelier, Lukas, Maimarieblu, Holbein, Grumbacher, Daniel Smith, Cheap Joe’s, etc.
3/4”-1 ½” good quality flat paint brush (hardware store)
#3 watercolor Round-- artist quality Kolinsky Sable or Taklon (or other brand) synthetic or
#10 “ “
12” x 16” watercolor block or pad
140 # white cold press
Canson, Arches, Lana, Cotman
Two cans for Water—coffee cans, jars, etc
Palette for holding paint and mixing it—Plastic palette sold in art supply store with small separations for colors
Kleenex or TP
Eraser (Kneaded Eraser is best)
Pocketknife or Exacto knife
Drawing board for support (GatorBoard, Masonite, sealed plywood larger than your paper)
Masking Tape, Painters blue tape is best
Masking Liquid (Liquid Frisket, Art masking fluid)
Supplies can be found at Michael’s, JoAnn’s Crafts. DuAll Drafting Supply, Rainy Day Company, Utrecht’s.
Buying from art supply catalogs is less expensive:
Daniel Smith 1-800-426-6740 www.danielsmith.com
Utrecht 1-800-223-9132 www.utrecht.com
Cheap Joe's 1-800-227-2788 www.cheapjoes.com
ASW 1-800-995-6778 www.aswexpress.com
Jerry’s Artarama 1-800-827-8478 www.jerrysartarama.com