22SUM Beginning & Intermediate Oil Painting THR 1:00PM (06/09-07/28)

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Instructor: Kathleen Matthews / 8 Weeks / June 9 - July 28 / Thursday / 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Class Size: 5-7

Beginning painting students will receive an introduction to the basic materials and traditional techniques of oil painting. Students will use inanimate objects as themes for pictorial composition. The knowledge beginning students acquire in this class is absolutely essential to all other oil painting classes, including all Still Life, Figure, Portrait, and Landscape courses. Intermediate painting students will receive instruction and guidance based on their interests and level of proficiency.

This class takes place both in our interior 2nd-floor painting studio with ample artificial lighting and in the porch studio with north-facing large picture windows if this option has been purchsed by the student. Each student will be assigned a space for the entire semester.

Prerequisites: Beginning Drawing or equivalent

Supplies:

An oil painting kit for new oil painting students may be pre-ordered by sending an email to info@noafa.com. The kit contains the following:

  • wooden palette
  • drawing brush
  • filbert brushes #4, #6, #10
  • flat brush #4
  • palette knife
  • 9x12 canvas panel (provided in class)
  • linseed oil
  • damar varnish
  • turpentine
  • turpenoid
  • 2 glass jars
  • oil paints:
    • alizarin crimson
    • cadmium orange
    • cadmium red medium
    • cadmium yellow medium
    • raw umber
    • raw sienna
    • ultramarine blue
    • permalba white

In addition to the above kit students provide the following:

  • #12 flat bristle brush
  • rags/paper towels
  • brush soap
  • old jars

Registration for Adult Classes will start May 23, 2022

Additional Details
Medium:
Oil
Age:
Adult
Instructor:
Matthews, Kathleen
Skill Level:
Beginner
Day:
Thursday
Time:
Afternoon
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Registration Date:
May 23, 2022

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