"Drawing Figures" 3-Day Workshop w/ Patty Forte Linna

June 6-8 Friday trough Sunday 10:30am-5:30pm

$295

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

This will be a super fun 3-day workshop in a very positive atmosphere.  Don't be intimidated – Patty will start out simple and build from there.  Not only is she a very accomplished instructor, she has a unique gift of encouraging the individual artist and creating an environment where nothing is impossible.

 Join this beloved teacher as she takes you through various skill-building exercises, starting with simple shapes and ending with a beautiful drawing ( or two or three!).  Students who have studied with Patty leave her classes amazed at what they have accomplished and encouraged in who they are as an artist.  You will be able to draw people like a pro!

 

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 

You can spend a lot of money getting every supply on every teacher's supply list.   I only have a few supplies that you absolutely must have.  Beyond that, bring supplies you already own and have on hand....especially your favorite things to play with...whatever they are,  including but not limited to:

Watercolor dyes, colored ink, watercolors, gouache, pastels, oil pastels, brush pens (Pitt is a great brand), Sharpie pens in any color and tip size, Micron pens, gelly roll pens, marker pens, paint brushes and bamboo reed pens.

 

Necessary Supplies for the Class:

Eraser :

  • (your choice)

Charcoal:

  • soft vine, hard stick of black, charcoal pencil, white charcoal

Watercolor or water soluable product:

  • You can bring as little as one tube of watercolor (dark) and one flat watercolor brush or as many tubes  and brushes as you like.  

 Calligraphy Set:

  • Speedball Elegant Writer 4-pen

Paper:

  • A good 'Mix Media Sketch Book' (paper can handle watercolor/pen and pencil)

If you want to invest in pastel paper and watercolor paper that would be good too. Those papers will allow you to work better with pastel and watercolor.

Here are some suggestions for additional paper :   

  • Canson’s XL Sketch/Esquisse/Croquis pad, medium tooth, 
  • 18x24inCanson’s XL Watercolor cold press pad 18x24in