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119 Fundamental Oils 2 (F'16) – Celia Neubauer
Mon, 31 Oct 2016, 10:00 AM
INTRODUCTORY TO INTERMEDIATE LEVELS
Mondays, 10 am to 1pm, Oct. 31 - Dec. 5 (6 weeks)
119 Fundamental Oils 2
In this six- week course, students will apply a range of application techniques introduced in Fundamentals Oils 1. Painting projects will migrate back and forth from two-dimensional images to real-life subjects commonly seen in still-life subjects. Via demos and visual sources, students will be guided through various small exercises that build on their application and creative skills. When possible, small original paintings will be highlighted to further expand and clarify project objectives and to highlight visual results specific to certain application techniques. Notes: No class held Monday, October 10 for Thanksgiving. INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED LEVEL
Instructor: Celia Neubauer
Time & Dates: Mondays, 10 am to 1pm, Oct. 31 - Dec. 5 (6 weeks)
Tuition: $275 + Materials fee: $35 + admin fee
The following colours are recommended for their versatility in providing the broadest and most effective range of colour mixing, without waste or duplication. Depending on financial resources, please endeavor to have the following:
Cadmium yellow med.
Permanent rose or Magenta
a large tube of Titanium white
Solvents – Please have a large bottle of odourless solvent – Attention; no citrus solvents pleas.
Walnut oil and walnut alkyd will be distributed to the class individually. These are the basic mediums that you should have for every class.
Please have a large palette pad no smaller than 12 x 16 inches.
4B pencil, eraser, masking tape, scissors, small containers with lids and paper towels for clean-up. You will be using masking tape throughout this course, please have your own.
Oil brushes – Flat: #12, #6, #2
Oil Brushes – Round: #8, #2
A pointed round watercolour brush: #3 or #4
Also large flat bristle brushes, 1.5 and 2 inches in size.
An assortment of small palette knives.
Attention: Please be punctual for the first day of class. A media review will begin promptly at 10 minutes past the start of class.