10:00 am - 3:00 pm
BEGINNING OIL PAINTING WITH INSTRUCTOR BARBARA FRIEDMAN
Friday, July 30, 2021
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
$80.00 per person
Adults/All Skills Levels
Need to bring own supplies. See supply list below.
Deadline for registration: July 23, 2021
BEGIN YOUR PAINT JOURNEY WITH OILS
Class instructor, Barbara Friedman, will help you begin your journey with oils. Working in the alla – prima style of painting – wet on wet, you will paint a still life while focusing on composition, value, lights, shadows, and color mixing. You will learn about transparent colors versus opaque. At the end of the class, you will understand why Barbara refers to painting as “mediation in action.” The canvas will be supplied.
About the Artist – Barbara Friedman is from the Milwaukee area and also spends time at her seasonal home in Watersmeet, MI. She is a multi-disciplined artist, working in oils, watercolor, and stained glass. During the warmer months Barbara can be found plein-air painting in her perennial gardens, often inviting friends to join her. During winter, she is back inside the studio to focus on stained glass art. Barbara enjoys teaching and sharing her many talents. She is especially motivated to teach the skills that her students will need to connect with their own creative spirit and style.
Canvas will be provided. Need to bring own supplies.
Oil Paints – size 37 ml or 40 ml tubes. (Recommended brands – Windsor Newton, Utrecht, or Rembrandt)
- Titanium white
- Cadmium lemon
- Cadmium orange
- Permanent rose or Cadmium Red
- Transparent oxide brown or Alizarin Crimson
- French ultramarine blue
- Green gold
Bring any other colors that you might have!
- 2 each size 4 Filbert Brushes – Natural Bristle
- 1 each size 8 Filbert Brush – Hog Bristle
- Roll of paper towels
- Walnut oil for cleaning brushes
Students Suggestions –
Wear smock, apron or other appropriate clothing
Pack a bag lunch
LOLA is following the most current CDC guidelines on mask wearing and social distancing. Vaccinated students and instructors will not be required to wear masks or social distance, however we respect if you choose to continue these practices. We will continue to update and revise our policies to reflect federal, state and local guidelines. Masks may occasionally be required depending on circumstances.