Here's a sketch of a hanger at the Santa Paula Airport which was stopped when the owner decided to shutter the view. I must have had 35 minutes to work on it. I had the basics in place, so I only had to push some of the spots of color to make it work for me. 11x 14" oil on canvas board
View Of City Hall, Ventura 12 x 16" oil is a quick painting I did this tuesday from the back of the city hall parking lot. The wind threatened to make havoc of the outing, so I finished it in quick order.
Here is a painting of where we will be painting this Saturday morning. This is a view from outside the walls of the Olivas Adobe in Ventura. The walls and bell tower have been restored to original state, not like the version painted here. I hope to see you at the demonstration.
OIL BRUSHES- six different sizes 2,4,6 8,10, 12 I favor the bristle, which are rounded square in shape.
WATERCOLOR BRUSHES - Flats, rounds and pointed brushes of several sizes.
Sponges, water, and other items you are used to using.
Easel of your choice,
Palette of your choice, if it does not come with the Easel.
Palette knives, and scrapers for laying in flat shapes and making lines.
Soft charcoal or pencil.
OIL PAINTS -Student grade works fine for most projects and it can save you some money.
I like to have a warm and cool of each primary colors, with a few earth tone, black and white.
Large Titanium White or Mixing White
Cad Red Medium
Cad Yellow Light
Thinner and jar to clean brushes
Small trash bag
Clips to hold thinner container and medium jar in place
Umbrella that attaches to easel
Big Straw hat
water and snacks
a third arm to carry everything :)