Intermediate Watercolor Supply List 2019

Watercolor Paper: Required: Arches 140 lb. paper in a cold press surface. Buy a block 9 x12” or larger. Large sheets (22 x 30”) of Arches Cold Press can be purchased from me, at about $6.00 each.

Arches paper also comes in a pad; useful for studies. Mixed-media sketchbooks can also be sued for small studies: I recommend the Aquabee Super Deluxe. Sometimes Michaels carries it, it has a burgundy cover.

Watercolor Paints: Buy the best quality you can afford:  New Gamboge, Cadmium Yellow light, or medium, Cad Red light or Cadmium Scarlet, Winsor Red, Rose Madder, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Blue, and Burnt Umber. Optional: Sap Green, Paynes Grey or Neutral Tint. Quinacridone Burnt Orange. 

Watercolor brushes: buy the best quality you can afford. Sables or synthetics in these sizes:    

                           A round in size 4, 6, or 8.

                          One flat, sized ½” or ¾” range. 

                          One large wash brush: 2” or larger.

                          Optional but helpful: a liner brush.

Paper towels and Kleenex. Required.

Plastic palette to mix paints on. With some larger wells in the center. You will have to transport it, so a lid is helpful.

Pencil, eraser, ruler.

Small spray bottle, travel size is OK.

If you have favorite supplies, bring those too!

Gouache Color Workshop Supply List

Please purchase Winsor & Newton gouache in these colors: Primary red, primary yellow, primary blue, any black, Zinc White. These paints are available online at DickBlick.com or available for purchase from Jenn at the workshop.

Gouache from Dick Blick- Click Here.

Brushes; rounds in sizes 4, 5 or 6

Pencil, ruler, eraser.

You can purchase your Fabriano paper from me, will be $6.

Pad of Bristol paper, smooth surface. 9 x 12”.

Color-Aid Paper: also please purchase from me @$25.00. You will split your package with a partner to save on costs.

Paper towels

Extra strength glue stick or rubber cement for gluing paper. If using rubber cement, a rubber cement pick -up is recommended.

Exacto knife, #11 blades, and scissors.

Paper palette to mix colors on.