Workshop Supply Lists


STUDIO PAINTING SUPPLY LIST
Instructor: Tom Nachreiner
My workshops are open to oil, water-soluble oils, acrylic, and pastel painters. Oil painters will see specific recommendations below. Pastel Artists need to get similar products.
ALL PHOTOS TO PAINT FROM SUPPLIED BY TOM

• Oil Paint & Acrylic:
Titanium White, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Red Pale, Cadmium Red Medium, Transparent Red Oxide, Raw Umber, Ultra Marine Blue, Cerulean Blue Indian Yellow.

• Brushes and palette knife. I recommend:
Synthetic Blend Brights #20, #16, #10, and #8. 1” Synthetic watercolor brush, a script liner brush. rubber tipped shaper tool, and a small and medium cheap Hardware brush. (around $2.00)Palette knife 3 7/8” x 1 3/8”
• Canvases or canvas panels primed w light ochre or light umber wash
(1) – 12×16 per day
• Indoor Easel or Table Top easel
• Grey Matters 12×16” palette – disposable gray sheets.
• Jack’s brush soap to clean brushes, 4oz
• Walnut oil to thin paint. NO Mineral Spirits. Walnut Oil can be found at the grocery store.
• Small container to hold just a little walnut oil at a tim
• Goop or Go-Jo to clean hands and clothes
• Paper Towel Roll
• Ruler or tape measure
• Phone or Camera
• Tape
• Plastic bags for trash
• Pen and pencil
• Lots of questions
• Sketchbook and pencil for sketching and taking notes. .
• Cheap Joes, Blick Art Materials, and Jerry’s Art-A-Rama are sources.The items listed above are recommended by the instructor. You may be asked to bring more than you will actually use. The acquisition and cost of these items are your responsibility.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________

OUTDOOR PLEIN AIR PAINTING SUPPLY LIST
Instructor: Tom Nachreiner
My workshops are open to oil, water-soluble oils, acrylic, and pastel painters. Oil painters will see specific recommendations below. Pastel Artists need to get similar products.
• Oil Paint & Acrylic:
Titanium White, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Red Pale, Cadmium Red Medium, Transparent Red Oxide, Raw Umber, Ultra Marine Blue, Cerulean Blue Indian Yellow.
• Brushes and palette knife. I recommend:
Synthetic Blend Brights #20, #16, #10, and #8. 1” Synthetic watercolor brush, a script liner brush. rubber tipped shaper tool, and a small and medium cheap Hardware brush. (around $2.00)Palette knife 3 7/8” x 1 3/8”
• Canvases or canvas panels primed w light ochre or light umber wash
(1) – 12×16 per day
• Outdoor Easel
• lawn chair for watching demo
• Grey Matters 12×16” palette – disposable gray sheets.
• Jack’s brush soap to clean brushes, 4oz
• Walnut oil to thin paint. Or Mineral Spirits. Walnut Oil can be found at the grocery store.
• Small container to hold just a little walnut oil at a tim
• Goop or Go-Jo to clean hands and clothes
• Paper Towel Roll
• Ruler or tape measure
• Phone or Camera
• Medical gloves
• Duct Tape
• Plastic bags for trash
• Pen and pencil
• Lots of questions
• Sketchbook and pencil for sketching and taking notes. .
• Cheap Joes, Blick Art Materials, and Jerry’s Art-A-Rama are sources.The items listed above are recommended by the instructor. You may be asked to bring more than you will actually use. The acquisition and cost of these items are your responsibility.