Online - A Painting Experience
Stretch your imagination while strengthening skills through the process of "painting." Oil and acrylic painters will explore concepts and techniques. Gain the confidence to explore the use of color, mark-making, surface quality, and composition, emphasizing your own pictorial language.
Have several canvases and reference photos ready.
Download suggested materials list here
Paints: Primary colors of your choice Lots of white. Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Orange , Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson , Cobalt Blue , Ultramarine Blue , Kings Blue, Cobalt Violet , Ultramarine Violet , Dioxazine Purple, Sap Green, Permanent Green, Naples Yellow 150 ml tube suggested, Permabla white (lots) 150ml tubes suggested
Painting Surfaces: Several primed canvases, boards or gessoed heavy paper of assorted sizes
Brushes: Artists brushes of different sizes. And ordinary house painting brushes (1 – 2 in.) Palette Knife
Oil Painters: Plastic peanut butter type jars with tight lids for mixing medium.
Acrylic Painters: Large Jars for water
Palettes: Disposable Artist’s palettes for mixing paint.
Rags: Clean cotton cloth rags and an old terry cloth towel or paper towels
About the Instructor
Souby is an artist and educator with several years of teaching experience. Since 2004, she has taught oil painting to adults at the Washington Art Association in Washington Depot, CT. Over the years, Souby was an adjunct professor of Art at Naugatuck Valley Community College and has taught Art in the Connecticut public school system and Adult Education programs. Souby loves to teach! Her goal is to engage, challenge, and motivate her students. She strives to create an environment where students not only explore, learn, solve problems, create, collaborate, but also truly enjoy what they are doing. Souby holds a BA in Art Education from Stetson University and a MALS in Art from Wesleyan University. After Graduate School, she continued her education studying painting with nationally recognized artists and teachers, Eric Aho, Ira Barkoff, Lois Dodd and Ruth Miller. Visit Souby's website.