SECRETS OF PASTEL PAINTING - SESSION C

Carol Zack

$205.00
Applying pure pigment with a direct application, easy cleanup and gallery ready presentation are the hallmarks of this favorite class. Bring your best soft/dry pastels, or best oil pastels (See Supply List for "Best") and photos to paint from to learn a classic process for creating pastel paintings. User-friendly painting techniques and instructor led critiques provide a fast path to learn best practices and achieve success. Award winning pastel artist, Carol Zack provides an opportunity for beginners and advanced artists to mingle and share the rewards and challenges of pastel painting.
There are two supply lists shown here, one for soft/dry pastel and the other for oil pastel. Select the one you wish to use in class. Professional artist quality pastels and paper are highly recommended for this class. School quality pastels are not recommended. Call or email me with any concerns or questions, 847/302-0371 or carol@zackartistry.com

Supply list for Artist Quality Soft/dry pastels (The "chalky" kind)
1. Artist Quality Soft/Dry Pastels - Use Sennelier or Unison - a box of 24-36 or more
2. Gamosol or other oderless mineral spirits - small bottle
3. Flat 2-3" Utility Brush
4. N0. 2 pencil
5. Foamcore drawing board or two or three approx.18" x 24" (must be bigger than your paper)
6. Sanded Paper assorted sizes and colors, UArt, approx 12 x 18" or 18 x 24"
7. Masking tape white or tan, approximately 1" wide
8. Blending or smudging tools i.e. Tortillions,
9. 1plastic party table cover
10. 1 portfolio to carry and store your work...bigger than your paper and foamcore drawing board
11. 1 carry-all to hold you supplies and a small tray approx 6" x 12" to use as palette in class.
12. Glassine paper to protect your art work should be your paper size or slightly bigger. Plan on two - four paintings for this session
13. 1 roll of Paper Towels
14. 2 -3 packages of Wet Ones for clean up and disinfecting
15. Your cell phone digital camera

Supply list for Artist Quality Oil Pastel (the"Oily"kind)

1. Artist Quality oil pastels - Mungyo Artist's Soft Oil Pastels set/48, Holbein Oil Pastel set 25 or more or Sennelier set of 48. If you are new to oil pastel, the least expensive Mungyo is appropriate, but double check that you do not get their school grade oil pastels. They are found at Jerrys Artarama online, set # is v04180. Holbein must also be ordered online.
2. 1 tube of Weber or Grumbacher Res-n-gel
3. 1 jumbo stick of Sennelier White
4. 1 Stick of Holbein darkest Indigo
5. 1 Stick of Holbein darkest Magenta
6. Assorted papers, Canson Mi-Tientes or Strathmore Printmaking paper, Arches Cover (a high quality printmaking paper.)
7. Some foamcore white boards to use as drawing boards, must be bigger than paper i.e. 18 x 24"
8. Sheets of Glassine to protect your art work to and from class.
9. Blenders, Tortillions (twisted paper) or Color shapers (rubber tipped blenders from England)
10. 1 roll of white or tan masking tape
11.1 Roll of Paper Towels
12. 2 or 3 pkgs of Wet Ones for cleaning up and disinfecting
13. 1 portfolio to tote your work back and forth to class
14. 1 Carry Bag to tote your pastels and other supplies to class.
15. 1 2b pencil
16. 1 straight edge razor blade
17. 1 Digital camera on your cell phone

Contact Carol Zack for concerns or questions. carol@zackartistry.com

Recommended Text: The Pastel Journal Magazine
Location: Kavanagh Building
Days: Mondays: April 10 - May 22(no class April 17); 1pm - 4pm ;
Class ID: 223115540
Class Price: $205
Member Price: $180(enter member discount code at checkout)
Materials Fee: $0
Regular price $205.00
Applying pure pigment with a direct application, easy cleanup and gallery ready presentation are the hallmarks of this favorite class. Bring your best soft/dry pastels, or best oil pastels (See Supply List for "Best") and photos to paint from to learn a classic process for creating pastel paintings. User-friendly painting techniques and instructor led critiques provide a fast path to learn best practices and achieve success. Award winning pastel artist, Carol Zack provides an opportunity for beginners and advanced artists to mingle and share the rewards and challenges of pastel painting.
There are two supply lists shown here, one for soft/dry pastel and the other for oil pastel. Select the one you wish to use in class. Professional artist quality pastels and paper are highly recommended for this class. School quality pastels are not recommended. Call or email me with any concerns or questions, 847/302-0371 or carol@zackartistry.com

Supply list for Artist Quality Soft/dry pastels (The "chalky" kind)
1. Artist Quality Soft/Dry Pastels - Use Sennelier or Unison - a box of 24-36 or more
2. Gamosol or other oderless mineral spirits - small bottle
3. Flat 2-3" Utility Brush
4. N0. 2 pencil
5. Foamcore drawing board or two or three approx.18" x 24" (must be bigger than your paper)
6. Sanded Paper assorted sizes and colors, UArt, approx 12 x 18" or 18 x 24"
7. Masking tape white or tan, approximately 1" wide
8. Blending or smudging tools i.e. Tortillions,
9. 1plastic party table cover
10. 1 portfolio to carry and store your work...bigger than your paper and foamcore drawing board
11. 1 carry-all to hold you supplies and a small tray approx 6" x 12" to use as palette in class.
12. Glassine paper to protect your art work should be your paper size or slightly bigger. Plan on two - four paintings for this session
13. 1 roll of Paper Towels
14. 2 -3 packages of Wet Ones for clean up and disinfecting
15. Your cell phone digital camera

Supply list for Artist Quality Oil Pastel (the"Oily"kind)

1. Artist Quality oil pastels - Mungyo Artist's Soft Oil Pastels set/48, Holbein Oil Pastel set 25 or more or Sennelier set of 48. If you are new to oil pastel, the least expensive Mungyo is appropriate, but double check that you do not get their school grade oil pastels. They are found at Jerrys Artarama online, set # is v04180. Holbein must also be ordered online.
2. 1 tube of Weber or Grumbacher Res-n-gel
3. 1 jumbo stick of Sennelier White
4. 1 Stick of Holbein darkest Indigo
5. 1 Stick of Holbein darkest Magenta
6. Assorted papers, Canson Mi-Tientes or Strathmore Printmaking paper, Arches Cover (a high quality printmaking paper.)
7. Some foamcore white boards to use as drawing boards, must be bigger than paper i.e. 18 x 24"
8. Sheets of Glassine to protect your art work to and from class.
9. Blenders, Tortillions (twisted paper) or Color shapers (rubber tipped blenders from England)
10. 1 roll of white or tan masking tape
11.1 Roll of Paper Towels
12. 2 or 3 pkgs of Wet Ones for cleaning up and disinfecting
13. 1 portfolio to tote your work back and forth to class
14. 1 Carry Bag to tote your pastels and other supplies to class.
15. 1 2b pencil
16. 1 straight edge razor blade
17. 1 Digital camera on your cell phone

Contact Carol Zack for concerns or questions. carol@zackartistry.com

Recommended Text: The Pastel Journal Magazine
Location: Kavanagh Building
Days: Mondays: April 10 - May 22(no class April 17); 1pm - 4pm ;
Class ID: 223115540
Class Price: $205
Member Price: $180(enter member discount code at checkout)
Materials Fee: $0