A Premier Collection of Fine Art in the Texas Hill Country
2013 Portraiture Workshop with Jay Hester
Jan. 31st- Thursday evening - Demo
Feb. 1st & 2nd - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Feb. 3rd - 9:00 am - 1:00
$300 plus $25 model's fee
($100 deposit to reserve your space)
This will be a small class with no more than 8 students, so sign up now!
Call 830.249.8678 or email email@example.com
- Supply List -
Required Oil Paint Colors: Optional Oil Paint Colors:
Titanium White Cad. Orange Light
Cad. Yellow Light Cad. Red Deep
Cad. Yellow Pale or Yellow Ochre Cad. Red Light
Cad. Orange Cerulean Blue
Cad. Red Medium Sap Green
Permanent Green Light
Viridian Green or Winsor Green
Brushes: #2 Flat Sable These brushes are fairly expensive, as you may have
#4 Flat Sable experienced. I have discovered that the synthetic
#8 Flat Sable blend brushes seem to work the best and are the
#1 Long Bristle Synthetic Script Line (also known as a "signature brush")
#6 Flat Bristle
#10 Flat Bristle
Palette: Use whatever is comfortable for you. You may want to purchase a plastic palette seal
to preserve your oil colors in an airtight environment.
Canvas: 9" x 12" or larger. Either pre-stretched canvases or canvas panels.
Painting Medium: Small jar of "Liquin" (Winsor Newton brand)
Paper Towels: Viva paper towels or soft rags.
Painting Apron: Can be found at craft stores such as Hobby Lobby or Michael's
Brush Cleaner: Odorless mineral spirits. A quart jar with a plastic scouring pad placed in the bottom and
filled with odorless mineral spirits makes a great brush-cleaning tool.
Easels and Taborets will be provided.