Material List for Salisbury, MD, March 28, 29, 30, 2014

Art Institute & Gallery, Salisbury, MD, March 28, 29, 30, 2014

Six tubes of watercolor pigment, one each of the following: cool yellow, warm yellow, cool blue, warm blue, cool red, warm red.  At the end of this list I have provided a guide to the warm and cool pigment choices.

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Watercolor brushes – I suggest a round #10, a round #6 as well as a large flat and/or hake brush.

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Various Watercolor papers, hot press (smooth) and cold press (not smooth) as well as scrap paper. I suggest quality paper, not student grade.

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Three water containers.

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Paper Towels, Scissors, Pencil, Permanent Fine Tip marker such as Sharpie.

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Suggested additional supplies: ….. old toothbrush, toothpicks, wooden skewer or green florist stick, small, natural sponge, rubber spatula, miscellaneous watercolor brushes if you have them, dip pen and bottle of ink, spray misting bottle, hair dryer, saran wrap, salt, old lace or doilies that you don’t mind ruining, assorted netting.

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Mouth atomizer if you have one.  I will give each student a mouth atomizer to keep.

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Most important…….. an open mind!

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Cool Yellows: Cadmium Lemon, Hansa Yellows, Bismuth Yellow, Lemon Yellows, Nickel Titanate, Aureolin

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Warm Yellows: Cadmium Yellows, Hansa Yellow Deep, Gamboge, Nickel Dioxine, Yellow Ochre

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Cool Blues: Cobalt Teal, Cobalt Turquoise, Cerulean Blue, Phthalo Blue, Manganese Blue, Joe’s Blue

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Warm Blues: Ultramarine Blue, Indanthrone Blue

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Cool Reds: Magenta, Alizarin Crimson, Quinacridone Carmine, Quinacridone Rose, Quinacridone Crimson

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Warm Reds: Cadmium Reds, Vermillion, Pyrrole Red, Cadmium Scarlet, Pyrrole Scarlet

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Please contact me with any questions you may have regarding the materials list.