SUPPLY LISTS FOR ADULT CLASSES + WORKSHOPS

Supply List Fall Classes – 2022

 

Ceramics- Wheel Throwing + Handbuilding Pottery

 

Beginning Wheel Throwing
Continuing Wheel Throwing
Beginning Handbuilding
Continuing Handbuilding
Guided Open Studio

1. Ceramic tool kit- $15/per kit sold at museum; may be purchased elsewhere; you can keep it forever
2. 1 bag of clay- $25/bag that must be purchased at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. No outside clay allowed.
3. Roll of paper towels
4. Old hand towel
5. Newspaper

We will allow students to store clay and projects on instructor designated shelves during weeks of scheduled class only. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please put your name on all your items. We suggest you bring your tools back and forth with you. All projects and left-over clay must be picked up no later than one week after the end of the session. Items/clay that are not picked up will become property of the Museum. Students should come in early on the first day to make their purchases prior to class starting. We accept Visa, MasterCard or Cash.

Painting – Watercolor

 

Intro to Watercolor & Gouache

If you have painted before, bring the supplies you have to class.

1. Please bring your own reference materials.
2. Watercolor paints either in tubes or pan form. Watercolors may be purchased in sets. If purchasing individual tubes, at minimum get Permanent Rose, Transparent yellow, cobalt blue and indigo.
3. Paint palette with individual wells and cover.
4. Synthetic blend brushes: 1/2“ flat, 1” flat, #12 round, #10 round, and #8 round.
5. Paint brush holder.
6. Watercolor paper in a size that is easily transported. Masking tape and a support board to tape the paper to.
7. Small spray bottle for water.
8. Paper towels.
9. Tube of White Gouache paint

Painting- Acrylic

 

Introduction to Acrylic Painting
Abstract Painting

(If you have painted before, bring the supplies you have to class.)

1. Please bring pictures/photos as reference materials.
2. Acrylic paints either heavy body or fluid. At minimum you will need red, yellow, blue, titanium white, and burnt umber. Paints can also be purchased in sets.
3. Paint palette or palette paper. White paper plates work well too.
4. Synthetic blend brushes: 1/2“ flat, 1” flat, #12 round, #10 round, and #8 round.
5. Paint brush holder.
6. Primed stretched canvas or primed canvas board. Purchase the size you can transport easily. Canvas “paper” can also be used. You will need masking tape and a support board if you use canvas “paper”.
7. White gesso if you purchase an unprimed canvas or canvas board.
8. Matte medium.
9. Small spray bottle for water.
10. Paper towels.

Floral Painting

1. Acrylic paints either heavy body or fluid. At minimum you will need red, yellow, blue, titanium white, and burnt umber. Paints can also be purchased in sets.
2. Paint palette or palette paper. White paper plates work well too.
3. Assorted sizes of paintbrushes.
4. Canvas Paper Pad
5. Mixed Media Paper

Painting – Oil

 

Intro to Oil Painting

1. Oil Paint in these colors: Burnt Umber, Raw Umber, Titanium White, Cadmium Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Cold Black, Mars Black.
2. Refined Linseed Oil
3. Range of Brushes sizes 0 through 6, small, flats and blender brushes
4. Metal Palette Knife
5. Cheesecloth (can be found at local grocery stores)
6. Disposable grey palette
7. 8”x10” canvas
8. Paper Towels
9. Terpenoid (No Turpentine is permitted in the studio.)
10. Glass jar with lid for Terpenoid

Painting- Outdoors

 

Plein Air Painting

1. Acrylic paints either heavy body or fluid. At minimum you will need red, yellow, blue, titanium white, and burnt umber. Paints can also be purchased in sets.
2. Paint palette or palette paper. White paper plates work well too.
3. Synthetic blend brushes: 1/2“ flat, 1” flat, #12 round, #10 round, and #8 round.
4. Container for transporting/storing brushes, paints, and supplies
5. Primed stretched canvas or primed canvas board. Purchase the size you can transport easily. Canvas “paper” can also be used. You will need masking tape and a support board if you use canvas “paper”.
6. Small spray bottle for water.
7. Paper towels.
8. Collapsible Easel. If you do not have access to an easel, there are a limited amount to rent from the museum.
9. Outdoor supplies – Hat, sunglasses, sunblock, water, and anything else to keep comfortable. (Class will mostly be held in shaded locations, but plan for the sun as well.)

Painting- Sampler

 

Painting Sampler

1. (Optional) Primed Canvases or Boards. Samples will be created on paper, but students are welcome to bring canvas or boards to test on as well.

Adult Drawing

 

Portrait Drawing
Figure Drawing

1. Graphite Pencils, 2H, 2B, & 6B
2. Twist-Erase .9 Pentel automatic pencil
3. Soft Fan Brush
4. Shammy
5. Strathmore drawing pad, medium surface, 400 series 9×12” or larger
6. Kneaded eraser
7. Pink pearl eraser
8. Loew Cornell blending stumps and tortillons
9. Sandpaper Paddle

Intro to Drawing

1. Graphite Pencils, 2H, 2B, & 6B
2. Kneaded eraser
3. Charcoal 2B pencils
4. 9×12” or larger drawing pad
5. Handheld pencil sharpener

Adult Photography

 

Photo Foundations

1. Smart Phone or Digital Camera

Teen Photography

 

Teen Photo

1. Smart Phone or Digital Camera