Recommended watercolor supply list:


Colors must be tube, not cake. Jim's favorite brands are M. Graham and Winsor & Newton, Artist Grade.

Quinacridone Rose

Cadmium Red Light

Maroon Perylene

Hookers Green, Dark

Halo Green or Winsor Green

Sap Green

Cobalt Teal 

Cerulean Blue 

Cobalt Blue

Ultramarine Blue

Ago Yellow

Cadmium Yellow, Medium

Burnt Sienna

Yellow Ochre

Brushes:

Please buy the best you can afford. (Major brands like Utrecht (Sablette), M. Grumbacher (Meissonier), Robert Simmons, Winsor & Newton and others all have respectable artist grade watercolor brushes.)

(1) #8 round (Kolinsky Sable if you can afford it) Watercolor Brush

(1)  1" Cat's Tongue Wash Brush

(1)  3/4" or 1" flat brush

Paper:

Arches cold pressed or rough, 140 lb. or 300 lb. (300 lb. paper will not need to be stretched.)

If you choose 140 lb., you can stretch your paper on white Gatorboard (a lightweight, acid free board available at most art stores) with staples and a staple gun.

Another option is to buy an Arches Cold Pressed Watercolor Block, 12"x 16".

Other: 

watercolor palette

(2) water containers

small sketchbook

(1) kneaded eraser

(1) #2 pencil and sharpener

(1) roll of paper towels

masking tape


For a complete calendar of events at the Warehouse, please see "Calendar of Events at WH521" to see additional classes and workshops hosted by local artists.  

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All workshops that are currently full have waiting lists available.  Please fill out waiting list form or email jeanie at warehouse521@gmail.com to be added to a list. A deposit is not needed to be placed on the waiting list, only when a spot comes available.