blogger

Click a Month Tab Above to See Scheduled Demonstrations and Workshops.

FREE HANDS-ON DEMO: Water-Soluble Oils - the Color of Oil Without the Solvents with KATHRYN ALTUS

Salish Geometry
by KATHRYN ALTUS
water-soluble oils on canvas
Night Passage
by KATHRYN ALTUS
water soluble oils on canvas
WATER SOLUBLE OILS:
The Color of Oil Without the Solvents

with KATHRYN ALTUS

FREE HANDS-ON DEMO!
Sunday, April 15, 2018
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Do something beneficial for your health and the environment by learning to work wtih water-soluble oil paint. Your paintings will have the beauty and color of oil paint without using turpentine. If you are a new painter or someone who wants to make the switch from traditional oil to water soluble oil paint, this demonstration can help.

We'll discuss some of the challenges of water-soluble oil paints in terms of color, texture and dry time. You'll learn about using the medium, how you can use up your traditional oils while switching over to water-soluble, and of course-clean up.

Kathryn Altus shows her work regularly in Seattle and has used water-soluble oils for 15 years.

WE WILL HAVE TIME TO EXPERIMENT SO, PLEASE BRING THESE SUPPLIES
  *  2 pieces of light color cardboard to paint on (11x17 or slightly smaller)
  *  4 or more tubes of water-soluble paint: black and 3 or more colors. I will provide the white. DANIEL SMITH is recommended but not required
  *  a palette
  *  5 or more mid-size brushes (size 6 to 12)
  *  1 or more lint free rags
  *  container for water and to wash brushes
  *  DANIEL SMITH's Seattle Store will provide the medium for testing and sharing
Bring lots of ideas and questions.

No comments:

Post a Comment