Sketching in Oils AAC59
In this course, students will learn to use oil paints and work freely from their photographs. Students may work from landscape or still life images. The emphasis will be on creating painted sketches, one of which will be completed each class session.
The process will be that of the French masters as they sketched in oils. Students will learn to first simplify the shapes, separate them into a pattern of dark and light, and then build a greater, more colorful tonal range and suggestion of imagery. The results will be short, fluid sketches that stand alone as artworks or can be used as studies for further painting. The class is well suited for the beginner as well as more experienced student.
No class 1/21, 2/18
Winsor & Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oils, Beginner set of six
Palette knife for mixing: flexible 1”
Paper Palette pad 9” x 12”
Canvas pad 9” x 12” or larger
Oil Brushes: 8, 6 4 and 2 (Princeton 5200 Natural Bristle Filbert is a great brush for the price, available from Dick Blick.)
Medium: a fast-drying medium, such as Winsor & Newton Liquin Medium 75 ml, Gamblin Neo-Meglip, or M. Graham Walnut Alkyd (**If purchasing Liquin, choose regular Liquin rather than the medium designed for water-mixable oils)
www.dickblick.com recommended vendor
No Flammable materials allowed in the room, please
If any questions, please contact the Instructor: email@example.com
|Dates: ||10/15/2018 to 12/3/2018|
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The Bronxville School Art Room C-316
|Instructor: ||Sylvia Vigliani|
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Please Note: For classes that meet at the Bronxville School, room assignments are subject to change. Please check the schedule at the Elementary Entrance on the first night of class. Parking & Entrance Information is located on the bottom of the Order Confirmation.