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"Drawing & Painting Exploration with Dry and Wet Media" w/ Patty Forte Linna

DATE/TIME:  On-going every Thursday evening

6-9pm. 

COST:   $35 per class if you buy three at a time.  $40 per class if just signing up for one.  A quarterly $25 supply fee payable to Patty.

REGISTRATION:   To register for this class, sign up and make payments directly to Patty at pattyfortelinna@gmail.com or 425.971.4547.  ALL LEVELS and ALL MEDIUMS welcome.

LOCATION:   Cole Art Studio in the downstairs of Cole Gallery.  107 5th Ave. S., Edmonds

CLASS DESCRIPTION: 

Join national award winning artist, Patty Forte Linna, for an ongoing weekly class in learning the fundamentals of drawing, painting and working with a variety of mediums. The class will provide in depth coverage of the following topics: composition and design, value, color and edges. 

Recognizing that there are many different learning styles, Patty will demonstrate her painting techniques, provide written curriculum and in class exercises to ensure that the concepts are understood by all students. All Levels Welcome!

 

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SUPPLY LIST: 

 

You can pick up all your great art supplies at ARTspot in Edmonds just blocks from Cole Gallery.  Registered Cole Art Studio students will receive a 10% discount on all their art supplies.  Make sure to pick up your 10% off slip at Cole Gallery's front desk.
Artspot's Web Site

For Pastel Painting:

 

-A set of SOFT PASTEL STICKS as large as the student is able to acquire. (No Oil Pastels)
-At least one of each of the following colors: black, white and gray, in either the soft pastels, Nu-pastels or pastel pencils for a value study project.
-Two sheets of sanded pastel paper, any type that the student prefers. 
-BACKBOARDS on which to mount your pastel paper at the easel. Foam Core, masonite and plywood all make good backboards. (1/8" to 1/4"). If cutting a board, cut slightly larger than the size of paper you intend to work on. Cardboard will not be sturdy enough.
-An old medium-size bristle oil/acrylic paint brush. We'll use it to take pastel off our paintings for special effects. 
-Something to mount your paper to the backboard/foam core. You can use accountant's LEDGER CLIPS and/or bulldog clips or 1 inch masking tape. 
-A portable EASEL that tilts forward. Table easels are also good. If you are traveling and/or can't afford one, you can work with your paper on the flat table surface. 
-A can of spray workable FIXATIVE. (For those flying in, you can omit this and borrow from local students)
-Paper Towels
-Apron or overshirt that can get dirty.
-Photos to paint from

Optional great supplies:

- A set of your favorite paints like oil, acrylic or watercolor, brushes, palette, etc. Contact ARTspot for more specifics on non-pastel supply options.  They are always happy to help and can walk you through what you’ll need to get started or to add to your collection.