Copyright 2019 Loretta Domaszewski

Loretta Fine Art Studio,

111 South Grand Avenue, Studio suite #257

Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture

Bozeman, Montana   59715

(406) 539-9528

art@lorettafineart.com

 

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PAINTING MATERIAL LIST: Acrylic or Oil

12 Oil/Acrylic Paints:

*TITANIUM WHITE–opaque, Quick drying time.

*ULTRAMARINE BLUE– dark, transparent.

*COBALT

*CERULEAN BLUE

*PRUSSIAN BLUE

*ALIZARIN CRIMSON– cool, bluish red.

(Alizarin Crimson and Ultramarine Blue create strong, rich purple darks)

*CADMIUM RED LIGHT OR MEDIUM– opaque warm red orange.

*CADMIUM YELLOW LIGHT– opaque

*SAP GREEN-warm

*PTHALO OR VIRIDIAN GREEN– Transparent, cool, bluish

(pthalo green and alizarin crimson create rich, dark blacks)

*RED OXIDE, BURNT UMBER, or BURNT SIENNA for underpainting.

*PAYNES GRAY

8 Brushes:

#12 Bright, #8 Bright (square flats)

#0/2 Round, #2 Round, #4 Round, #6 Round

#2 Filbert #10 Filbert (flat/rounded edges)

3 Oil Mediums (Oil Painters):

* Walnut Oil

* Walnut Alkyd Medium

* Odorless Mineral Spirits

3 Acrylic Mediums (Acrylic Painters):

*Water in closed container

*Acrylic Medium Matte, Satin, or gloss. (extends acrylic paints without thinning)

*Retarder, small bottle (slows down drying)

* 2 Metal Palette Knives: 1 small diamond shaped, 1 medium straight edge

Knives used to mix paints, scrape off palette or areas of painting, and creating texture.

* Paper Palettes (tear off ), wax paper, or small canvas board for future painting.

* 2 Solvent Cups or jars w tops. One clean for thinning mixtures, one dirty for brush cleaning.

 

*Canvas boards or stretched canvas, primed:

6 canvases: your choice

8”x10”, 9”x12”, or 11”x14”

* View Finder to frame subject and compose.

- Commercial view finder, empty slide mount.

* Small Paper Color Wheel.

SUPPLIES FOR OUTDOOR (PLEIN AIR) PAINTING ONLY:

* French Easel or light-weight metal easel. (optional)

Bring supplies that can fit into a back pack.

‐ Drinking water in lightweight water bottle.

‐ Small sketch book, pencil, sharpener, eraser (charcoal-optional)

‐ Small color wheel.

‐ Baby wipes.

‐ Rags ‐old white “T” shirts.

‐ Tissues or paper towels.

‐ Plastic grocery bags.

‐ Duct tape.

‐ Waxed paper to cover wet painting or use over canvas board as palette. (optional)

‐ Bungee cords.

‐ Camera or smart phone for recording info.

‐ Clip on umbrella. (optional)

‐ Pliers for opening stubborn paint tubes or screws on easel.

‐ Dress in layers ‐neutral colored clothing, creams or beige.

(white reflects too much light onto your painting)

‐ Fingerless gloves for chilly weather.

‐ Windproof jacket, if needed.

‐ Stool or beach towel to sit or stand on.

 

ART MATERIAL SOURCES:

Local: Michaels, Walmart