Art Supply Lists

ART 102 - Foundation Drawing I

Instructor:  Sarah Morgan

·         Graphite drawing pencils: 6B, 3B, HB, 2H (individual) or a whole set

·         Charcoal pencils: extra soft, soft, medium hard, white

·         Vine charcoal (medium)

·         Erasers: Kneaded, Pink Pearl, and White plastic or vinyl

·         Blending stumps: large

·         Two-holed metal pencil sharpener

·         Retractable utility knife or X-Acto knife

·         Paper: Sketchbook (5”x 7” – 9”x12”),

o   18” x 24” Drawing Pad (80lb) Strathmore 400 series

o   2 sheets charcoal or pastel paper (1 black, 1 mid-tone)

·         T-square

·         Triangle

·         Spray Fixative

·         Portfolio (rigid)

 

ART 103 - Foundation Drawing II

Instructor:  Sarah Morgan

·         Micron pen set (or individual 01,03,05)

·         Bamboo brush #10

·         India Ink

·         Paper: 2 sheet of Strathmore colored paper (mid-toned, not black or white)

·         2 sheets Hot Press illustration board

·         Colored pencils: Prismacolor 24 set and Prismacolor colorless blender

·         --- OR ---

 

·         Pastel pencils: 24 set

 


ART 104 with Lacy McKinney:

Art 115 U1

 


ART 202 - Painting I

1. Brushes:

• An assortment of sables - genuine or synthetic – (#2 round, #6 flat) and,

• An assortment of bristles - usually hog - (#3 round, #8 flat).

• If you can’t get exactly the size indicated, get the next size up.

• All brushes should have long handles and be oil or acrylic specific.

• A few inexpensive house painting brushes at a hardware or home improvement store (1”, 1 ½”, 2”, 3”).

2. Paint eraser / wipe out tool

3. Palette knife and a palette, approximately 12 x 16 (wood, Masonite or glass are

preferable, but a disposable palette or Plexiglas will do).

4. Vine charcoal and drawing pencils

5. Workable spray fixative (aerosol can)

6. 1 qt or 1 gal Turpenoid (for cleaning brushes)

7. 2oz Liquin painting medium

8. 1 pt of white gesso (acrylic)

9. Wide mouth glass jar with lid (for cleaning brushes). You could also buy a jar

specifically for cleaning brushes. They can be found at most art and craft stores.

10. Clean painting rags

11. (1) pre-gessoed canvas, between 8”x 10” and 12”x 16”

12. (1) pre-gessoed canvas, between 11”x 14” and 16”x 20”

13. 2 pairs of stretcher bars (16 x 20” or 18 x 24” recommended)

14. A few sheets of heavy weight paper (i.e. Arches Cover, Rives BFK, Canson Mi- Teintes)

15. Oil paints (all 37 – 40 ml tubes unless stated):

a. white – titanium white (120 ml), flake white (optional)

b. yellow – lemon yellow, cadmium yellow medium, yellow ochre (Gamblin is best)

c. green – terra verte, sap green, pthalo green, cadmium green (optional)

d. blue – ultramarine blue, pthalo blue / Prussian blue, cerulean blue (optional),

radiant blue, cobalt blue (optional)

e. red – cadmium red light / pale, cadmium red medium (optional), alizarin crim son, Venetian red, light red, or red iron oxide (light red by Old Holland is best, but it is expensive)

f. brown – burnt sienna, raw sienna, raw umber (Winsor & Newton Winton)

g. black – ivory black, cold black or blue black (Winsor & Newton or Holbien)

DON’T CHEAP-OUT ON PAINT! NO ‘ARTIST’S LOFT’ OR ‘REEVE’S