Supply List

Oil Class
(Solvent)  Gamblin Gamsol or Eco Solve are the least toxic options

Paint colors ( gamblin paints are the healthiest)
Titanium white
Permanent rose
Cadmium yellow light
Ultramarine blue
Phthalo blue
Burnt sienna
Yellow ochre

Several small canvases or canvas panels

Brushes- I recommend a variety of sizes ranging from small detail brushes to larger 1 inch flat brushes. A brush pack with a size arrangement is perfectly fine. I like to have a few bristle brushes as well as a few nylon brushes.

Make sure you have a pallet knife and a jar with a tight closing lid for the solvent.

You will need an oil paint medium such as Linseed oil, walnut oil or liquin original by winton Newton which is my favorite

Since oil paint does not dry quickly and can be reused I recommend getting a pallet that can be closed such as the stay wet palette or even a pizza box or some sort of flat box that you can put your pallet in and carry it with you from week to week. Styrofoam plates are a good option as well. They can be put in a Ziploc bag and preserved for the next week.
That just about covers it, let me know if you have any questions and I look forward to seeing you Monday night March 1!

Acrylic class supply list

I recommend starting with a canvas size around 12 x 16. You will also need a paint palette, water cup and apron if you feel like you need one.

Color list
Titanium white
Phthalo blue
Ultramarine blue
Primary red
Pyrolle red or cadmium red medium
Cadmium yellow light
Burnt sienna
Yellow ochre
You’re welcome to bring more colors if you have them but these are the basic ones we will be using.

Brushes
Recommend a brush pack with a variety of brushes ranging from small detail rounds to large 1” flat
I also like to have a few bristle brushes as well as nylon brushes. If you are unsure just bring what you have and I can go over them with you.