DRAWING & SKETCHING WITH MARLENE BEZICH


Sketch Pad or Sketchbook (ensure it is for charcoal or pencil drawings) 9”x12”, 11”x14”or 16”x20” is fine
Small selection of charcoal and drawing pencils (will be covered in depth during class)
Vine or Willow Charcoal
Kneaded Eraser
Pencil Sharpener
Blending Stump or Tortillon
Sand Paper Pointer or Sand Paper for attaining a point on the pencils
Drawing Board (must have smooth surface)
Wax Paper or Spray Fixative to protect finished artwork

Materials helpful but not required:
Powdered Charcoal
Battery Operated Eraser
Papermate Eraser
Cotton Balls
Pencil Extender


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PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED WITH ANTHONY D'AVINO


18”x24” drawing pad
Charcoal & Graphite pencils
Nu pastel, sepia and black
Vine charcoal
Kneaded eraser
Exacto knife
24” metal ruler
Canvas panels of stretched canvas
Odorless paint thinner
Peel off palette
Cans for water or paint thinner
Roll of paper towels & masking tape
Oil paints & Acrylic paints
Water colors tube, or set
Sandpaper for sharpening pencils
Red rope envelope or portfolio
Portable easel
Spray fixative
Copal painting medium
Liquid gloss acrylic
Damar varnish
Spray acrylic gloss
18”x24” drawing board


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PAINTING IN OILS AND/OR ACRYLICS WITH RANDY WEISBIN


Reference photo or object
Soft or extra-soft vine charcoal, several sticks (not com-pressed)
Soft cotton rags or paper towels
Any size canvas: stretched canvas, canvas board, wood, heavy paper, or smooth card-board
Palette: disposable paper pad, plastic, plexiglass or safety glass. 11”x14” or larger.
Cans (for water/ brushes
Brushes for oils/acrylics: bristlefor oils, synthetic for oils & acrylics – flats and/or filberts in Sizes #4, #6, #8 to start
Acrylic or Oil Paints: Titanium white (this should be your largest tube), Cadmium yellow light, Yellow ochre or yellow oxide, Cadmium red light, Burnt sienna, Alizarin crimson, Ultramarine blue, Thalo or pthal cyanine blue or cerulean blue, Burnt umber
*Optional: Pencil/kneaded eraser,small sketch pad or scrap paper for quick studies, palette knife, easel (floor or table model. Working flat on a table is not ideal but can be done.)


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PASTELS OR COLORED PENCIL, YOUR CHOICE WITH MARLENE BEZICH


Set of Prismacolor Polychrome Pencils
A small pad of Canson Paper or smooth Drawing Paper (11”x14”)
Drawing Board if possible or you can lean on your pad
Kneaded Eraser
Additional information regarding supplies will be discussed in class.




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STAINED GLASS WITH SUSAN RUS


Glass cutter
Glass cutting oil (ex. WD40)
Breaking pliers
Grozer pliers
grinding stone , or electric grinder (not necessary but useful)
Solder (60-40)
Soldering iron
¼”copper Foil
Flux and brush
Burnish tool (or pop-sickle stick will work)
Safety glasses
Working surface, instructor preference is homosote (2’x2’)
Clear glass for practicing cutting
Pencil, stiff paper (for pattern), sharpie marker (to make pattern)
“t” pins (or similar) For pattern/holding glass in place
Colored glass for project


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WATERCOLOR FOR ALL WITH JODY BANASZAK


140 cold press watercolor pad
Watercolor paints: ultramarine blue, lemon yellow, yellow ochre, crimson red, payne’s grey, hookers green, burnt umber, burnt sienna
Kneaded eraser
#2 pencil
Bin for water, (Chinese take-out container works well)
Brushes: 1” Flat watercolor brush, 2 round watercolor brushes, (one medium and one small.)
(Instructor will supply the watercolor palette if you need it for $12.00. Palette consists of 40 spots for paint, mixing area and top.)


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