Nature has a simple way of putting things together, and once you learn her tricks, you have a way of understanding any creative project you will want to tackle. For the beginning painter, the first thing you learn is to let the brush do the work for you. Painting is a right-brain activity, and once you get in the zone, your blood pressure drops, and the painting practically paints itself. See supply list below.
Supply List for Michael Teague’s Painting Classes:
Oil Paints: Cadmium Red Hue, Lemon Yellow, Alizarin Crimson, Phthalo Blue, Phthalo Green, Sap Green, Burnt Umber, Ivory Black & a Large Tube of Titanium White. Medium: Refined Linseed Oil or Liquin, plus Gamsol. Brushes: (Rounds) #1, #4, #6; (Glats) #4, #6. Canvas: Canvas or Canvas Board (minimum size 16”x20”). Additional: Tear-Off Palette Sheets, Small Jar for Storing Medium, Larger Jar for Turpentine, Pencil (2H or HB) & Paper Towels or Rags (come to first class prepared to paint).