Art Club Gouache
Are you looking for a fun way to connect and make with other artists during Covid without breaking the bank? Check out our Art Club series!
These 1-hour gatherings are the perfect place to learn about new products and techniques, connect with others while you make art, and share your love for art. And for $10 a pop, this is an easy way to learn something new without investing a whole lot of time or money. Here's our lineup thus far:
Previously Recorded Gouache- Benefits and What to Get
Previously Recorded Gouache- Mixing & Blending Colors
Previously Recorded Gouache- Building Layers
We will send out an email with the recommended class list and zoom link prior to class. For previously recorded classes, you will receive a private YouTube link.
Class Supply List
Note: All regular priced supplies are available at 20% off from Art Department for this class.
I prefer M.Graham & Co. The paint is made in Hubbard, has vivid pigments, and is resistant to cracking. This brand is 40% off at the Art Department. You could purchase with a friend and share tubes or use another gouache if you’d like.
- Phthalocyanine Blue (Primary)
- Hansa Yellow (Primary)
- Pyrrol Red (Primary)
- Titanium White
- Ivory Black (optional, you could mix your own)Or get a set of M. Graham & Co. gouache paint. You can absolutly use that if you wish.
For the most part. I use round, synthetic, watercolor brushes, not natural bristle ones.
- One medium brush (size 4 or 6)
- Paper, 140lb cold press paper in a pad or block, any size, Paper weighing less than 140lb can be used. Just tape down with artist's tape to a board.
- Ceramic palette or plate
- Paint rag
- Jar for water