Instructors sometime require no more than 15 - 20. All workshops must be paid in advance, preferably at the business meeting of each month and given to me, workshop chair, and I will turn in all to the treasurer at one time.
Members $20/Non-Members $35. Make checks to Paint Box Guild, note on memo, which workshop it's for. If you prefer to pay cash, it will be easier if handed to me in an envelope with your name on it, noting cash enclosed.
A list will be at the front signup table and copies of bios/supplies when available or sent via email. These will be posted on the website. I will also send out an email each month to those who've signed up, and a supply list the week of the workshop if not before.
All Workshops begin at 10a.m., arrive early enough to set up your space.
Any Questions, Call Susan Yagar
September 11, 2019
Acrylic - Abscapes
October 16, 2019 (Full-waiting list)
Refreshments: Suzanne and BJ
November 20, 2019(Full-waiting list)
Refreshments: Pat and Nancy C.
January 16, 2020 (Thursday)
February 19, 2020
Terrie paints in oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolor and was well-received as a guest artist with us last year when she painted flowers in pastel - now, still life in oil. Terrie paints with a limited palette of warm and cool colors.
lemon yellow Gamsol
cad yellow medium brushes
cad orange canvas, board, or panel
cad red medium easel palette knife
alizarin crimson gloves
ultramarine blue paper towel
cobalt blue photo references or
sap green actual small objects or
cad green medium paint her setup
March 18, 2020
MATERIALS FOR MARCH 18TH WORKSHOP
Canvas, 8 X 8, 8 X 10 or 10 X 10
Enlarge your reference to fit a composition within your chosen canvas size
Charcoal for sketching/filling in
Saral Graphite Paper or other transfer paper
Photocopies of a few photographs, black and white and color (They should be to a full
size that fills your canvas size)
If using oils, bring your Gamsol, easel if you prefer
If using acrylics, bring retarder medium to keep it wet, cup for water
Brushes, etc. typical supplies for your painting
April 15, 2020
He paints flat
paper (at least 140# - cold press) 11x14 or larger
easel (if prefer)
tube paints (or pan if that is what you have)
water jar - paper towels
photo references (Chuck will also have some to share)