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Sat, Feb 04



Oil Painting Workshop

Learn the basics of oil painting in this four-part workshop taught by local artist Stephanie Hoff Clayton.

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Oil Painting Workshop
Oil Painting Workshop

Time & Location

Feb 04, 2023, 10:00 AM – Feb 25, 2023, 12:00 PM

Tyler, 401 E Front St building 3 suite 243, Tyler, TX 75702, USA

About the event

This class will meet 4 times, on Saturday, February 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th from 10 AM-noon. 

In this 4 course class, learn the basics of oil painting in this four-part workshop taught by local artist Stephanie Hoff Clayton. The workshop is designed for students who are new to oil painting or anyone wanting a refresher. Techniques that will be taught include underpainting, layering, color mixing, blending, “erasing”, and much more. Students will have ample time to complete at least one painting based on a still-life arrangement.   

About the teacher: Stephanie Hoff Clayton has been painting professionally for three decades. Of all the painting media she uses in her studio practice, oil is her favorite – an old, familiar friend. Stephanie will share her techniques and tips, while encouraging individual creative exploration.  

Recommends art supplies from Michaels, Jerry’s Artarama or Dick Blick. 

- Stretched and primed canvas; alternatively, primed canvas board may be used. Size: 18 x 24”, 20 x 24”, or similar. 

- 1 tube of each oil paint color: Titanium White, Cerulean Blue, French Ultramarine Blue, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium (or Cadmium Hue) Red, Viridian Green, Cadmium (or Cadmium Hue) Yellow 

- Brushes suitable for acrylic and oils - assorted sizes 

- Odorless mineral spirits (Gamsol by Gamblin is safest but any odorless should do) 

- Artist linseed oil 

- 2 glass or metal lidded containers 

- Dishwashing liquid or “The Masters” Brush Cleaner and Preserver 

- Rags and/or paper towels

 - Palette paper (freezer paper makes a suitable substitute) and masking tape 

- Apron, smock, or old shirt 

- Optional: graphite pencil or charcoal, Pink Pearl eraser, palette knife

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