Term 1 commences in-house as of February 1st 2021

All bookings are on-line

If you have any difficulty making a booking with our new on-line system please call our President, Jennifer, as she will happily make the on-line booking on your behalf.

Jennifer O’Sullivan, President, phone number: 0417 588 906

All Classes have a minimum number in order to proceed.

If not enough places have been registered for a class you have registered and paid for you will be contacted two weeks before the planned start date.

Maximum numbers have been set per class as keeping with our Covid-19 OH&S Policy.

All Classes are for Members only as part of our Covid-19 OH&S Policy. (If you would like to join and haven’t, please go to the Membership page, join, and we will process your membership.)

BOOKING TIPS

Once your have successfully made your booking you will receive a confirmation message on the screen advising you have registered, followed immediately, by an email announcing “you have a ticket”.

If this has not occurred your booking did not register, in which case, please start the process of filling out the information again. Be sure to fill out every field that has an * as this indicates it is essential information. (If those are not filled out the program will not be able to process the order.) Be sure to include your postcode. Your postcode needs to be the one that you registered your credit card to. If the form “auto fills” your details, delete that information, and type it in fresh. You can also re-fresh the webpage/open a new one.

BOOKING ” HOW TO “

Select how many orders you would like to make. Then click on the “Register” or “Check Out” tab. After a few seconds you will see the heading “Contact Information” – this is where you fill out your information which is the booking process. You may need to place your mouse icon in this section and scroll for this information to show. (If you have have an iPad this would require two fingers to scroll up without selecting fields to view this.) Please fill in all areas that have a red asterix indicator on them. If the field asks for a number don’t include a space as that won’t be accepted.

TERM 1 CLASSES

GLASS GROUP

  • Facilitator: Jennifer O’Sullivan
  • Start date: 2nd February 2021
  • Term length: 9 sessions
  • Day & Time: Tuesday 10.00am – 12.00pm
  • Maximum number of people:   NA 
  • Dates: 2 Feb, 9 Feb, 16 Feb, 23 Feb, 2 Mar, 9 Mar, 16 Mar, 23 Mar, 30 Mar  
  • Requirements:  Bring your own project and tools.  For Members Only.
  • Fee: No fee
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Minimum number of people: NA. Register if you would like to attend and numbers and timing will be worked out within our Covid-19 policy.

Glass Fusing and Mosaic Class with Facilitator Jennifer O’Sullivan.   No Fee.  Members Only.   Bring your own project.  9 sessions in the class.

Description: 

The Art House Glass group meets weekly. You can choose to do glass fusing or mosaic.

When you have completed a glass fusing workshop, and are a member, you can come and join us.  It is so much fun.

We do our own projects and share knowledge and ideas.

You will learn about compatible glass, kiln firings and maintenance, preparation of moulds for slumping, making frit and stringers.  Together we have created coasters, bowls, waves, panels, sculptures and Christmas decorations.

There is always someone to assist as you learn.

The studio offers members the use of two kilns for fusing and a small vitrograph kiln to make stringers. Base glass is available to purchase.

This friendly group welcomes new members.

Our glass artists Jennifer O’Sullivan and Terese Panczel have had a glass sculpture photographed and selected for inclusion in the Surf Coast Arts Calendar.

We look forward to sharing the magical world of glass with you.

Clear base glass available for purchase.


TEXTILE GROUP

  • Facilitator: Marianne Glen
  • Start date: 5th February 2021 
  • Term length: 8 sessions
  • Day & Time: Tuesday 10.00am – 12.00pm
  • Maximum number of people:   NA 
  • Dates: 5 Feb, 12 Feb, 19 Feb, 26 Feb, 5 Mar, 12 Mar, 19 Mar, 26 Mar  
  • Requirements:  Bring your own project and tools.  For Members Only.
  • Fee: No fee
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Minimum number of people: NA. Register if you would like to attend and numbers and timing will be worked out within our Covid-19 policy.

Description: 

The group encourages people to share their interests, skills and knowledge in all different types of textile mediums in a friendly environment. 

Textile mediums practiced may include quilting and patchwork; knitting; crochet; spinning; weaving; sewing; dyeing; felting; collage and fibre arts.

Textile enthusiasts are encouraged to join the group and contribute to the planning and implementation of future textile workshops to further enhance the skills and enjoyment of the group and wider community.

PRINTMAKING GROUP

  • Facilitator: Elizabeth Rickey
  • Start date: 3rd February 2021
  • Term length: 8 sessions
  • Day & Time: Wednesday 9.30am – 2.00pm
  • Maximum number of people:   NA 
  • Dates: 3 Feb, 10 Feb, 17 Feb, 24 Feb, 3 Mar, 10 Mar, 17 Mar, 24 Mar 
  • Requirements:  Bring your own project and tools.  For Members Only.
  • Fee: No fee
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Minimum number of people: NA. Register if you would like to attend and numbers and timing will be worked out within our Covid-19 policy.

First term for 2021 will be aimed at preparing for the upcoming rescheduled Easter exhibition with the theme “Endangered” at the Anglesea Art Space. 

There will be no formal instruction in term 1, except for two morning sessions with Susan Mathews for those who were part of her class in term one 2020.

Many of us have already begun work on our chosen theme so the term will be spent refining our work prior to having it framed and ready well in advance of Easter.

For those current members who are not proposing to exhibit, the welcome mat is out for you to resume attendance for the purpose of sharing ideas and use of the presses.

WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

  • Tutor: Tony Bramwell
  • Start date: 2nd February 2021
  • Day & Time: Tuesday 1.30pm – 3.30pm 
  • Term length: 9 sessions
  • Dates: 2 Feb, 9 Feb, 16 Feb, 23 Feb, 2 Mar, 9 Mar, 16 Mar, 23 Mar, 30 Mar 
  • Fee: $135
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Requirements:  Bring your own materials and tools.   Please see the full description for the list of materials.
  • Maximum number of people: 10
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

This course is aimed at both experienced and inexperienced students keen to develop watercolour skills and processes.


Class is conducted in a masterclass fashion, with students painting the same piece as the tutor live in the studio. 

Tutor provides ongoing critique and advice where needed, during the class. Questions and discussion of aspects relevant to improving or understanding the watercolour process are part of the classes. 

The tutor is available online to help with the completion of the piece in between classes if an exercise is not completed within the class time. 

A variety of subjects, of the Tutors choice, is done during the term. Guide material is provided. 

Materials required: 

300 gsm rag cotton watercolour paper. Either pad form or loose sheets. NB:  Some paper is available at the Arthouse to purchase if needed. 

Tubes of watercolour.  Suitable palette (one which allows plenty of mixing space is preferable).
Watercolour brushes soft with good points, not bristle brushes.
Hand towel, tissues, masking tape. Drawing board ( about 500 x 400 MDF 3 mm thickness. 

This is a suitable starting point, and there may be a need to expand some of these materials in due course. 

NB: Pans are a complimentary extra. 

FUNDAMENTAL DRAWING


  • Tutor: Tony Bramwell
  • Start date: 4th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Thursday 1.30pm – 3.30pm
  • Term length: 9 sessions
  • Dates: 4 Feb, 11 Feb, 18 Feb, 25 Feb, 4 Mar, 11 Mar, 18 Mar, 25 Mar, 1 Apr
  • Fee: $135
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Requirements:  Bring your own materials and tools.   Please see the full description for the list of materials.
  • Maximum number of people: 10
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

This course is aimed at those who want to improve their drawing skill by identifying the essential parts of the process of drawing. 

1. Shape recognition. The application of several shapes which appear in all subjects and the use of those shapes to assist in the initial steps of drawing those subjects. 

2. Shape and proportion. Utilising shapes, and their relationship to other shapes in a composition to establish height and width.

3. Tone of the items in a drawing to indicate depth. Recognition of the various tones in grayscale drawing that will help to indicate three dimensionality. 

This is all done by using various exercises both during the classes and in the students own time to become comfortable with the use of different drawing materials. 

The speed at which the student learns is an individual thing but gaining an understanding of the fundamentals is the best start. 

Course requirements:

A2 sketch pad, 2B/4B pencils, proportional dividers, drawing board (3 mm MDF the same size as sketch pad), Fine-liner pens, willingness to try new exercises and a sense of humour! 

WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

  • Tutor: Louise Price 
  • Start date: 1st February 2021
  • Day & Time: Monday 1.00pm – 3.00pm
  • Term length: 8 sessions
  • Dates: 1 Feb, 8 Feb, 15 Feb, 22 Feb, 1 Mar, 15 Mar, 22 Mar, 29 Mar  
  • Fee: $120
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Requirements:  Bring your own materials and tools.   The full description for the list of materials will be given to you by your Tutor.
  • Maximum number of people: 10
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

This  watercolour class is designed for students with previous experience. 

Painting with watercolour can be a very rewarding, satisfying experience yet somewhat frustrating! It requires perseverance, dedication and passion.

Various techniques of washes, glazing, dry brush , wet into wet are taught while focusing on the delicate nature of this transparent medium. In addition an understanding of colour, tone, composition is repeated. 

A list of preferred paints, paper and brushes is provided. 

POTTERY WHEEL

  • Tutor: Karen Steenbergen
  • Start date: 12th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Friday 10.00am – 12.00pm
  • Term length: 6 sessions
  • Dates: 12 Feb, 19 Feb, 26 Feb, 5 Mar, 12 Mar, 19 Mar    
  • Fee: $215
  • Location Specifics:  Studio
  • Requirements:  Please bring along your own towel and apron. Covered shoes are essential.
  • Maximum number of people: 4
  • Minimum number of people: 4

Description:

This course is ideal for beginners.

Learn the age-old technique of forming pots on the wheel with an experienced tutor.  Beginners will learn the fundamental skills of wheel throwing. This will include centring clay on the wheel, the steps of throwing cylinder and bowl forms, and turning/trimming the bases of forms. 

At the completion of the course students will have their own glazed pots and bowls to take home and use.

Materials and firing costs are incorporated into the total course fee.  Half a bag of clay, one bisque firing, one glaze firing.

Week 1 – Overview of the course, introduction to clay and the ceramic process, main tools and their uses, clay preparation (wedging), demonstrations on centring clay on the wheel.  Students will practise centring clay on the wheel with guidance from the tutor.

Week 2 – Refresher on wedging clay and centring clay on the wheel. Demonstrations on ‘opening out’ and ‘pulling up’, compressing bases. Students create cylindrical forms on the wheel with guidance from the tutor.

Week 3 – Discussion and demonstration on turning/trimming leather hard pots, students turn/trim their forms. Students continue to make cylindrical forms on the wheel. Demonstration of throwing bowls on the wheel.  Students practice throwing bowl forms on the wheel.

Week 4 –  Students continue to  practice and create more cylinder and bowls forms on the wheel and turn/trim leather hard work.

Week 5 –  Turning/trimming of all cylinder and bowl forms.  All work is finished this session and ready for bisque firing -the first firing.

Week 6 – Discussion of glazes and glaze application, glaze demonstrations – dipping, pouring. Students apply glazes to all their work for final firing – the second firing.

Please note: The content of these sessions may vary slightly according to the experience level of each student.  

Intermediate students will learn how to make cups, larger vessels, plates and teapots.

After the completion of the course, work takes 2-3 weeks to be fired. Students will be notified when work is ready for collection.

POTTERY WHEEL

  • Tutor: Karen Steenbergen
  • Start date: 12th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Friday 1.00pm – 3.00pm
  • Term length: 6 sessions
  • Dates: 12 Feb, 19 Feb, 26 Feb, 5 Mar, 12 Mar, 19 Mar    
  • Fee: $215
  • Location Specifics:  Studio
  • Requirements:  Please bring along your own towel and apron. Covered shoes are essential.
  • Maximum number of people: 4
  • Minimum number of people: 4

Description:

This course is ideal for beginners.

Learn the age-old technique of forming pots on the wheel with an experienced tutor.  Beginners will learn the fundamental skills of wheel throwing. This will include centring clay on the wheel, the steps of throwing cylinder and bowl forms, and turning/trimming the bases of forms. 

At the completion of the course students will have their own glazed pots and bowls to take home and use.

Materials and firing costs are incorporated into the total course fee.  Half a bag of clay, one bisque firing, one glaze firing.

Week 1 – Overview of the course, introduction to clay and the ceramic process, main tools and their uses, clay preparation (wedging), demonstrations on centring clay on the wheel.  Students will practise centring clay on the wheel with guidance from the tutor.

Week 2 – Refresher on wedging clay and centring clay on the wheel. Demonstrations on ‘opening out’ and ‘pulling up’, compressing bases. Students create cylindrical forms on the wheel with guidance from the tutor.

Week 3 – Discussion and demonstration on turning/trimming leather hard pots, students turn/trim their forms. Students continue to make cylindrical forms on the wheel. Demonstration of throwing bowls on the wheel.  Students practice throwing bowl forms on the wheel.

Week 4 –  Students continue to  practice and create more cylinder and bowls forms on the wheel and turn/trim leather hard work.

Week 5 –  Turning/trimming of all cylinder and bowl forms.  All work is finished this session and ready for bisque firing -the first firing.

 Week 6 – Discussion of glazes and glaze application, glaze demonstrations – dipping, pouring. Students apply glazes to all their work for final firing – the second firing.

Please note: The content of these sessions may vary slightly according to the experience level of each student.  

Intermediate students will learn how to make cups, larger vessels, plates and teapots.

After the completion of the course, work takes 2-3 weeks to be fired. Students will be notified when work is ready for collection.

POTTERY HAND BUILDING

  • Tutor: Melinda Solly 
  • Start date: 8th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Monday 6.30pm – 8.30pm
  • Term length: 6 sessions
  • Dates: 8 Feb, 15 Feb, 22 Feb, 1 Mar, 15 Mar, 22 Mar   
  • Fee: $185
  • Location Specifics:  Studio
  • Requirements:  Please bring along your own towel and apron. Covered shoes are essential.
  • Maximum number of people: 6
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

Beginner / Intermediate

The flexibility of hand building with clay offers endless opportunities for creating a variety of forms, varying from functional to sculptural. Students will experiment with a range of surface decorations including, textural impressions and scraffito, slips, underglaze, brush on and pouring and dipping glazes. Each week a method will be demonstrated and supervised by the tutor to achieve various outcomes. Intermediate and experienced students can choose to follow the method with the class or discuss their intended project with the tutor and work at their own pace with assistance from the tutor as required. 

The classes have a very fun, relaxed and friendly vibe.

Materials and firing costs are incorporated into the total course fee: half a bag of stoneware clay, one bisque firing, one glaze firing. 

Week by week 

  1. Induction Brief tour of AAH and Studio, OH&S house rules.    Pinch technique to make various bowls, cups or sculptural figure.    Demonstration of surface texture, scraffito and application of slip. 
  2. Coil/slab technique to make vase, Pot, planter, bowl. 
  3. The use of moulds to make, plate, bowl, planter.
  4. Slab techniques , to make cup, bowl, platter. 
  5. Free play with preferred method or combination of methods. 
  6. Glazing using various dipping and pouring glazes or brush on glazes.
  • All class members will need to use their own tools. Good quality tool kits will be offered for sale online through AAH @ $30 each. You may have your own or are able to cobble together a starter kit yourself.
  • Personal workspace will be cleaned by each student in readiness for the next class. 
  • Roster system for vacuuming and mopping the studio after each class will be organised. 

POTTERY HANDBUILDING AND WHEEL THROWING

  • Tutor: Melinda Solly 
  • Start date: 9th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Tuesday 6.30pm – 8.30pm 
  • Term length: 6 sessions
  • Dates: 9 Feb, 16 Feb, 23 Feb, 2 Mar, 9 Mar, 16 Mar  
  • Fee: $215.00
  • Location Specifics:  Studio
  • Requirements:  Please bring along your own towel and apron. Covered shoes are essential.
  • Maximum number of people: 6
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

Beginner / Intermediate Course 

The 6 week course is a great taster of both wheel throwing and handbuilding.


The class introduces students to the medium of clay by exploring both handbuilding and wheel throwing techniques.
Students will learn the fundamentals of handbuilding techniques including pinching, coiling, slab building.
Students will also be taught the process of preparing clay, wheel throwing including centring, throwing cylinders and bowls, turning. The students will also learn surface decoration and glazing. The 6 students will rotate between the wheel throwing on 4 wheels and hand building. 

Each week a method will be demonstrated and supervised by the tutor to achieve various outcome. Intermediate and experienced students can choose to follow the method with the class or discuss their intended project with the tutor and work at their own pace with assistance from the tutor as required. 

  1. Induction Brief tour of AAH and Studio, OH&S house rules.  Pinch technique / introduction to wheel throwing, clay preparation and centring. Demonstration of surface texture, scraffito and application of slip. 
  2. Coil/slab technique / Wheel – making a cylinder form
  3. The use of moulds to make / wheel – making a bowl form, trimming 
  4. Slab techniques / wheel throwing bowl and cylinder, trimming 
  5. Free play with preferred method or combination of methods / trimming 
  6. Glazing using various dipping and pouring glazes or brush on glazes
  • Good quality wheel throwing tool kits will be offered for sale online through AAH @ $30 each. Tools for hand building available from Northcote Pottery or Kaiser Craft. You may have your own or are able to cobble together a starter kit yourself. 
  • Personal workspace will be cleaned by each student in readiness for the next class. 
  • Roster system for vacuuming and mopping the studio after each class will be organised. 

POTTERY HANDBUILDING

  • Tutor: Sharyn Masson 
  • Start date: 10th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Wednesday 1.00pm – 3.00pm  
  • Term length: 6 sessions
  • Dates: 10 Feb, 17 Feb, 24 Feb, 3 Mar, 10 Mar, 17 Mar 
  • Fee: $185
  • Location Specifics:  Studio
  • Requirements:  Please bring along your own towel and apron. Covered shoes are essential.
  • Maximum number of people: 6
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

This course is focused on giving students the fundamental skills, knowledge and hands on experience of working with clay with an experienced and highly skilled tutor.

The flexibility of handbuilding with clay offers endless opportunities for creating a variety of forms, varying from functional to sculptural. Students will experiment with a range of surface decorations including, textural impressions and scraffito, slips, underglaze, brush-on and pouring and dipping glazes. 

Each week a method will be demonstrated and supervised by the tutor to achieve various outcomes. Intermediate and experienced students can choose to follow the method with the class or discuss their intended project with the tutor and work at their own pace with assistance from the tutor as required.

Materials and firing costs are incorporated into the total course fee: half a bag of stoneware clay, one bisque firing, one glaze firing.

Week         Method             Outcome Examples

Week 1.      Introduction    Brief tour of AAH and Studio, OH&S house rules.   Pinch.  Small functional pots, bowl, sculptural figure.

Week 2.      Coil                 Pot, planter, bowl, sculptural figure

Week 3.      Press Mould     Functional plate, bowl, planter

Week 4.      Slab                  Functional plate with impressed textures

Week 5.      Slab & Form     Vase, planter, mug

Week 6.      Glazing            Using various dipping and pouring glazes or brush-on glazes

  • Good quality tool kits will be offered for sale online through AAH @ $30 each. You may have your own or are able to cobble together a starter kit yourself.
  • Personal workspace will be cleaned by each student in readiness for the next class.
  • Roster system for vacuuming and mopping the studio after each class will be organised.

POTTERY HANDBUILDING

  • Tutor: Sharyn Masson 
  • Start date: 10th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Wednesday 6.30pm – 8.30pm 
  • Term length: 6 sessions
  • Dates: 10 Feb, 17 Feb, 24 Feb, 3 Mar, 10 Mar, 17 Mar 
  • Fee: $185
  • Location Specifics:  Studio
  • Requirements:  Please bring along your own towel and apron. Covered shoes are essential.
  • Maximum number of people: 6
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

This course is focused on giving students the fundamental skills, knowledge and hands on experience of working with clay with an experienced and highly skilled tutor.

The flexibility of handbuilding with clay offers endless opportunities for creating a variety of forms, varying from functional to sculptural. Students will experiment with a range of surface decorations including, textural impressions and scraffito, slips, underglaze, brush-on and pouring and dipping glazes. 

Each week a method will be demonstrated and supervised by the tutor to achieve various outcomes. Intermediate and experienced students can choose to follow the method with the class or discuss their intended project with the tutor and work at their own pace with assistance from the tutor as required.

Materials and firing costs are incorporated into the total course fee: half a bag of stoneware clay, one bisque firing, one glaze firing.

Week         Method             Outcome Examples

Week 1.      Introduction    Brief tour of AAH and Studio, OH&S house rules.   Pinch.  Small functional pots, bowl, sculptural figure.

Week 2.      Coil                 Pot, planter, bowl, sculptural figure

Week 3.      Press Mould     Functional plate, bowl, planter

Week 4.      Slab                  Functional plate with impressed textures

Week 5.      Slab & Form     Vase, planter, mug

Week 6.      Glazing            Using various dipping and pouring glazes or brush-on glazes

  • Good quality tool kits will be offered for sale online through AAH @ $30 each. You may have your own or are able to cobble together a starter kit yourself.
  • Personal workspace will be cleaned by each student in readiness for the next class.
  • Roster system for vacuuming and mopping the studio after each class will be organised.

PAINTING OIL / ACRYLIC

  • Tutor: Pat McKenzie
  • Start date: 4th February 2021
  • Day & Time: Thursday 9.30am – 11.30am
  • Term length: 9 sessions
  • Dates: 4 Feb, 11 Feb, 18 Feb, 25 Feb, 4 Mar, 11 Mar, 18 Mar, 25 Mar, 1 Apr 
  • Fee: $135
  • Location Specifics:  Gallery
  • Requirements:  Please bring your own materials and tools.   Please see the full description for the list of required materials.
  • Maximum number of people: 10
  • Minimum number of people: 6

Description:

This class is suitable for all standards

The aim of the class is to give you the skills required to produce a painting that you can be proud of.

To achieve this you will learn about what to paint on, colour mixing, composition, tonal ranges, brush techniques, mediums and how to infuse mood into your work.

Several subjects will be included to hone your skills.

We will begin the term learning about canvas, boards, and what can actually be painted on and what to use as a ground.

We will cover the use of mediums and how to use them.

Keeping the range of colours to the minimum we will learn how to mix the correct colour you want, so colour theory will be included here.

Composition will be well covered so that you will have a centre of interest.

Brushes, palette knives and their uses will also be covered.

By the end of term 1 you should have at least 3 finished paintings.

REQUIRMENTS:

Acrylic Materials List

Something to paint on: (allow for 4 paintings).   For example, stretched canvas or canvas boards.   That is, 40 x 30 cm is a good size to start or a pad of canvas sheets (these can be taped down to a wooden board with masking tape).

Basic range colour range of artists quality acrylic paint.

Matisse Flow –

  • Ultramarine blue, Cobalt Blue, Cerelean Blue
  • Australian Sienna, Yellow Oxide
  • Burnt Sienna, Red, Alizarin Crimson
  • Australian Sap Green, Turquoise
  • White

A range of brushes.

Something to mix paint on – old baking tray covered in baking paper

Good masking tape

Any tools or objects that you would to try and use. For eg, palette knife or something would be suitable to draw in wet paint with.

Water spray bottle

Decent size water containers for washing brushes.

Suggested: Matisse Acrylic painting medium.

Materials List – Oil

Paint

Oil paints – artist quality please. Brands:  Art Spectrum, Winsor & Newton, Daley Rowney Georgian

* = indicates essential colours

* Ultramarine blue, * Cerelean Blue, * Cobalt Blue, * Turquoise, * Alizarin Crimson or Rose Madder, Lilac, Naples Yellow, * Raw sienna, * Burnt Sienna, * Cad Yellow Pale, * Aereolin,  Veridian, Cad Orange, * Cad Red Light, * Burnt Umber, * Raw Umber, * White – titanium

Medium 

Art Spectrum medium no 1 or Linseed oil

Medium in oils:

Art Spectrum Lean Medium – Reduced Odor

Odorless turps – for washing brushes. Vaseline.

NO SOLVENTS ARE TO BE USED IN THE STUDIO

Canvas: 30 x 40 cm

Any canvas, stretched by the metre or board.

Boards or cheap stretched canvas.  Please prime with gesso or acrylic house paint before arriving in class.  It musthave 2 thin coats of gesso or acrylic primer, before arriving in class.

Allow for 4 paintings.

Palette

Rags or baby wipes (not no name brand).

Brushes

Square brushes 1”, 2” palette knife, and as many variety brushes as you like. 

Neef 95, Flat stiff synthetic.  Mainly sizes 4, 6, 8, 10.

Neef 450B, Indian Sable Bright.

Rigger brush, various fan, liner sizes.

Optional

Ipad if you have one.