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Capture the essence of place in a landscape painting. Focusing on light, color, and color mixing, you'll learn to create atmosphere and a sense of distance. Working from personal photos, you'll gain tools to create vibrant scenes that tell a story. For intermediate to advanced students comfortable with oil paints. No class 3/26/2024 Materials List: A warm and cool of each of the 3 primary colors: 38ml tubes These colors are chosen specifically to understand the mixing of colors while painting. They are simplified to maximize the possibilities while gaining a comprehension of color theory. Alan specifically uses Daler-Rowney Georgian oil color for artists (for best color & economy) Red- Warm: Cadmium Red Light Hue, Cool: Alizarin Crimson Yellow- Warm: Cadmium Yellow Deep Hue, Cool: Cadmium Yellow Light Hue Blue- Warm: Coeruleum Blue Hue, Cool: French Ultramarine Blue Titanium White Additional paint: primarily for under-painting and a foundation of light: Acrylic - Transperant Raw Sienna (2 oz) Refined Linseed Oil Thinner – Neutral Thin by Eco House Brushes: ½ in, ¾ in, & 1½ in. (or similar) Flat or Filbert Natural hog hair bristle or synthetic bristle combo Palette, wood or plastic Canvas: Multiple prepared (sealed with gesso) canvases, wood or masonite. 16 x 20” or larger preferred (canvas boards OK) Silcoil Brush Cleaning Tank for Thinner Jar, 8oz. resealable small container for linseed oil Rags/Apron/Old clothes Box for materials