Here’s an abbreviated palette for the class.  It’s great for when you don’t want to carry much.

Blue:  ultramarine, halo, cobalt – choose one only

Yellow:   Cadmium yellow light or medium, Hansa yellow, Naples yellow, Yellow ochre – choose one

Red: Cadmium red light or medium, Permanent red, Alizarin crimson – choose one

Titanium white

You can add Burnt or Raw umber

That’s it!  It’s a great way to learn, and your painting will have a different look depending on which of the 3 primaries you choose- Katherine

Katherine Galbraith’s Plein Air in the Pergola Garden  Workshop

On the first day, all you will need is a small sketchbook, pencils or charcoal, and a
Sharpie pen in black or brown.
Oil paints (No student grade paints, please)
Titanium white, Cadmium yellow medium
cadmium yellow lemon
Cadmium red light
Alizarin crimson or other cool red
Ultramarine blue
Cobalt, cerulean blue, or any warm blue
Burnt umber or other warm brown
Canvases or pastel paper in small sizes, none larger than 9×12”
Please bring bristle brushes (synthetics bristles are fine) in larger sizes, ie #6, #8. My
preference is Filberts, but flats are also good. No small brushes, please!
Medium for paint, either linseed oil or walnut oil
Easel and portable chair if you like to sit while you paint
Hat, sunscreen,Apron 
Paper towels and a small plastic bag for trash
Drinking water & Lunch


We will focus on composition, color mixing, shapes, and values. We will be painting at
2 small pieces every day except the first day when we will be sketching.
Thank you for signing up for my workshop. We will have fun learning and painting
together, and I am looking forward to seeing you.  

Katherine

Published authors Charles Freedom Long and Linda Lavid will present a wonderful program of “Writing, not for sissies” on July 15, at 6 pm for adults.  This program is for new writers or interested parties who want to learn from the best! 

Audrey Kay Dowling- For this class we will explore drawing birds from the wonderful Patterson Library collection of mounted birds.  The focus will be learning about gesture drawing, contour line drawing, and shading to build the form.  Students are encouraged to bring the drawing materials they most like to use and I will give input into those materials.  I will also bring my mock up sheets using the drawings I did from these and Audubon collections to design the ceramic tile mural installed in the foyer of the Patterson Library.  “Birds in the Foyer” is the result of a DEC grant. 

This is a one-hour class for teens. Pencils, fine pt pens, erasers, copy paper. Clipboards will be provided. 

Hailey Tredo- Instructor 

Oil paints-Titanium white
Cadmium yellow medium
cadmium yellow lemon
Cadmium red light
Alizarin crimson or other cool red
Ultramarine blue
Cobalt or cerulean blue, or any warm blue
Burnt umber or other warm brown, small brushes, paint thinner/linseed oil, and rags.

Please bring bristle brushes (synthetics bristles are fine) in larger sizes, ie #6, #8. My preference is Filberts, but flats are also good.

I have prepared your 8 x 10 canvas boards and will be focusing on brushwork and colors. 

This class will be taught in the Pergola Garden or the Octagon Gallery if it rains. 

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