Sunday October 28th
with George Ceffalio
Oil painting still life workshop
10:00 pm - 5:00 pm $95 ($85 if paid by October 19th).
This is a wonderful class and we are very lucky that it worked out that we can get this opportunity to work in another workshop with George. We might be able to have one final one the Sunday before
Thanksgiving...so watch for the next mailing about the November workshops.
Coffee, Fruit and sweet rolls in morning and lunch is included.
Please bring a canvas no larger that 12 x 16 ...your paints, brushes, palette, Odor free Mineral Spirits and a roll of paper towels with you (materials list below).
Call to reserve a spot....payment holds it for you. Workshops are PRE-PAID unless you have talked with me. You may drop in the gallery with cash or a check made out to George Ceffalio...
Or if you'd like to use a credit or debit card... you may use Pay Pal. Check payment to a friend and pay to firstname.lastname@example.org. It only takes a minute to sign up.
Hope to see you Sunday.
Reference painting for this workshop. (click on the image to enlarge)
Call early to reserve your spot.
SUPPORT: No larger than 12” X 16” smooth canvas or smooth board primed with oil or gesso.
OIL PAINT: Bring your favorite brand of oil paints. Most brands are fine. I use professional grade highly saturated pigments such as "Old Holland" brand or "Winsor & Newton" professional grade is widely available and suitable.
RECOMMENDED COLORS LIST:
•Venetian Red or Terra Rosa
•Cadmium Red Light
•Cadmium Yellow Deep
•Cadmium Yellow Light
•Prussian Blue or Pthalo Blue
•Flake white or what you have available
PAINTING MEDIUM: I use Flemish formula “Maroger Medium” I purchase from “Old Masters” Maroger. www.oldmastermaroger.com NOTE; (Maroger can have a strong turpentine odor and if you are sensitive to it, I recommend "Winsor &
BRUSHES: Good quality hog filberts in sizes:#1 #3 #4 #5 #6. (I primarily use “Robert Simmons" Signet hog bristle filberts) A few good quality smaller soft hair filberts and rounds. (Synthetic sables are fine)Also, a 1 1/2" -
2"wide flat bristle or synthetic sable is good for smoothing a background.A fan brush is also handy to have.
PAINTING KNIFE: A flexible pointed painting knife of about 2-3 inches long.
SOLVENT: Odorless mineral spirits.
PALETTE: I prefer a glass palette, but wood or plastic is fine.
SMALL TRASH BAGS