Art class supply lists
Collage and Mixed Media Class
Instructor: Irene Jaffa
Paper(BFK, Rives, Arches, Stonehenge, Strathmore of equal quailty) At least 22" X 25", you may cut large sheets. Or bring any size you want, but bring foam core backing sheet to match your size for the easel.
Scissors and/or exacto knife and blades.
Straight edge ruler(Metal is always nice).
Something thick to cut on, Plastic kitchen cutting board or professional art cutting board .
Matte and or Gloss Medium and a paint brush to use with it.
A glue stick.
Painter Blue tape to put around edge of work-1"--2".(Optional)
If you want to add paint(Optional), some acrylic paint and brushes and colored pencils and a water jug.
Roll of paper towels
IMPORTANT - Magazines that have a lot of large colored pictures or black and white. Exm. Vogue or Decorating magazines etc. Also photographs that are large scale, copy and enlarge. Also any work of your own to use as a reference, inspiration, or art books with pictures of drawings, painting etc that will inspire you.
IMPORTANT - No tissue or colored paper or doilies or glitter or construction paper or buttons or sequins etc.
Keep in mind that you don't need everything all a once. You can start with a minimum of paper, magazines, scissors and glue.
Instructor: Tony Wood
Soft Charcoal or 6B Pencils Kneaded Eraser
2 sheets min. of 140 lb. watercolor paper 22" x 30"
Min. Acrylic Painting Set of 6 (must have some kind of red, yellow, blue and white. All other colors are optional.)
Acrylic Paint Brushes, Min. #4, #8, #10
Acrylic gel or gloss medium (small container or tube)
Instructor: Kimberly Miller
Drawing Pad (Minimum size of 8.5” X 11”) - Be sure to buy a “Drawing” pad as watercolor and other pads will not provide the best quality or smoothness needed for sketching and drawing.
Graphite Pencils: HB, 6B, 2H (Many hobby stores carry “Drawing Kits” that will contain various pencils that are a very good investment.)Additional Tools: Rubber Eraser, Blending Stumps, Pencil Sharpener
Instructors: Tim Bullard or Christie Rogers
Pottery tool kit
Apron or smock
Instructor: Gordon Meggison
Cold Pressed Arches Watercolor Block Paper suggested 10” X 14 “
Strathmore 8” x 11” watercolor (inexpensive) pad for sketches and practice pieces
Favorite choices of color
cadmium red, rose madder, cerulean blue, olive green, sap green, burnt umber, raw umber, burnt sienna, cadmium yellow
*we’ll refine this list in class based on the color wheel
Brushes- # 12 sable ,1” hake brush (Japanese brush for washes the art supply store knows what this is) (we’ll refine this list in class)
Palette pan - medium size folding plastic palette
X-acto knife, or single edge razor blades
Low adhesion masking tape painters style 1”-, or the drafting tape (can get at Publix)
#2 pencil and kneaded eraser
Salt in a small shaker
I can guide you on this (option) in class later
Small flat (non scrubby) kitchen sponge
Plastic water cup for cleaning