MATERIALS LIST – AUTUMN 2017

As there are no shops close by, please bring snacks or lunch.  BYO cup for coffee and tea.

 

DRAWING

Introductory Drawing (Nameer Davis) 

Water based Ink; Watercolour brushes size 2 and 4; Willow and compressed charcoal; Graphite pencils hb,2b, 3b. 4b, 6b; Graphite stick 9b; Spray fixative (cheap hairspray will work fine) ; A3 cartridge paper sketch book; Putty rubber  and hard rubber; pencil sharpener; paper towel; Disposable latex gloves or barrier cream if skin is sensitive.

Expressive Drawing (Sally Cox)

Please bringlots of large size cartridge paper, soft pencils, charcoal – willow and compressed.  Bull dog clips or pegs, eraser, sharpener and any other drawing materials (coloured pencils, pastels, ink & nib/brush, biros, felt pens, aquarelles etc) or drawing paper you already have.

Introductory Drawing (Mia Clark)

2B & 6B pencils;  a grey Faber Castel kneadable eraser;  a pencil sharpener;  ruler;  small paper blender;  A3 cartidge paper pad (make sure the paper doesn't feel shiny or too smooth, a bit of tooth is best);  a sheet of white canson mi tientes paper;  a fine black felt tip pen;  an ink pen to dip in ink; 1 black conté stick; 1 stick of compressed charcoal or a charcoal pastel; 1 stick of Willow charcoal;  a couple of sheets of large cartridge paper;  masking tape and/or bulldog clips.

The Power of Pastels (Mia Clark)

Pastels: boxed set of MYUNGO pastels are adequate to start exploring, Minimum 48 set (the more the merrier);  3 sticks of conté (white, sanguine, black);  a charcoal pastel or a stick of compressed charcoal;  a grey faber castel kneadable eraser;  soft white bread (for erasing);  a small paper blender;  optional: a charcoal pencil or raw umber pastel pencil (conté a paris);  2 sheets of Canson Mi-Tientes paper (mid grey/mid tan or beige/light tan);  1 sheet of colorfix paper in strong colours, (eg. blue, green or black or aubergine);  a smooth drawing board big enough to take a half or whole sheet of paper (Bunnings have 3mm MDF sheets which do the job); 2 bulldog clips.;  masking tape;  a stanley /craft knife;  some sandpaper to sharpen your conté sticks on;  a packet of hand wipes/ tissues.

Drawing & Painting for the Raw Beginner (Sally Duhig)

Chromacryl acrylic paint tubes: - Warm Red, Cool Red, Warm Yellow, Cool Yellow, Warm Blue, Cool Blue, White, Black – OR - Reeves paints (deep yellow, lemon yellow, ultramarine, phthalo blue, brilliant red, rose madder) ;  Palette, Water container (e.g. Bucket);  Rags;  Bristle Brushes in a variety of sizes (flat or round);  an A2 pad of Cartridge Paper or 20 sheets of A2 Cartridge Paper;  A4 Visual Diary;  4B Pencil;  Sharpener;  Eraser;  Scissors;  Masking Tape;  2 Bulldog Clips;  1 stick of Compressed Charcoal; a cake of Sards Wonder Soap.

Understanding Perspective (Svetlana Trefilova)

A digital camera (a phone with large screen is OK); Visual dairy; Pencils: HB, 2D, 4B; Ruler ; Art materials in your medium of choice to use at the end of this course.

 

PAINTING

Abstract in Acrylic & Mixed Media (Deborah Cavallaro)

Any Acrylic paint that you have or if starting off cool yellow ( Cadmium light ) and transparent yellow , warm red ( Cadmium red ), Napthol red light (Atelier )cool red ( Alizarin Crimson ), warm blue ( Ultramarine blue) and cool blue ( Phthalo blue ), Titanium White, and Windsor and Newton Mixing white (transparent) Carbon black. (No Mont Marte or Art Culture paints please).  Canson Canvas pad (A2 size), chalk pastel or charcoal, Impasto Gel medium, texture paste, Clear Gel Medium, heavy body matte medium, Fiber Paste, Clear gesso, Liquitex Pouring Medium or Golden Self Leveling medium, a variety of brushes some bristle (hog hair) brushes of varying sizes, foam brushes and taklon, goat hair (Hake) brush 50ml wide. A variety of plastic palette knives. Tissue papers and a variety of textured or patterned papers, stencils and objects for stamping such as textured placemats, fabric or heavy lace. Plaster gauze. Masking tape, scissors, piece of fine and course sandpaper. Scraper or old credit cards. Paper towel, plastic container for water, small plastic containers with lids, rags and a pair of disposable gloves.

Equine Art (Lizzie Connor)

Acrylic paint – essential colours – Alizarin crimson, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Deep, Cadmium Yellow Light,

Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue, Black and white Brushes (say a 20 round hog bristle, a 20 Flat synthetic fibre, and a 6 round or filbert ) this would be the minimum.  If you have more brushes, bring them. A 4B or 6B graphite pencil, Eraser,

2 medium size sticks of Willowstick Charcoal., Water container/rags, Graphite pencil – 4B or 6B, Visual diary/sketch book  A3  size, Canvas or canvas paper  2 sheets A2 size, Masking tape.

Pen and Wash (Lizzie Connor)

Small set of watercolour paints – Alizarin crimson, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Deep, Cadmium Yellow Light,

Ultramarine Blue, Pthalo Blue, Black and white, Brushes  - one  good watercolour mop brush, and one size 3 synthetic bristle round. Water container/rags, Graphite pencil – 4B or 6B, Visual diary/sketch book A3 size,Canvas or canvas paper  2 sheets A2 size, Masking tape.

Marine Art (Lizzie Connor)

Acrylic paint – essential colours – Alizarin crimson, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Deep, Cadmium Yellow Light,

Ultramarine Blue,Pthalo Blue,Black and white.Brushes (say a 20 round hog bristle, a 20 Flat synthetic fibre, and a 6 round or filbert ) this would be the minimum.  If you have more brushes, bring them.Water container/rags, Graphite pencil – 4B or 6B

Visual diary/Sketch book A3 size,Canvas or canvas paper - 2 sheets A2 size, Masking tape.

Colour Mixing Skills OR Mastering Colour (Abramo Papp)

‘Moriarty Colour Wheel and Mixing Plotter’: available for purchase at the workshop from Abramo Papp ($30).  Paints: experienced artists - bring whatever paints you are currently using. Absolute beginners without any paints can use in-class acrylic paints before deciding which colours to buy.  Bring along one A3 sheet: Canvas Paper (for Oils and Acrylics) or Cartridge Paper (for guache) or Water Colour paper for water colours. Brushes and palette knives for small studies, flat taklon brushes are best. Other materials include: flat mixing palette; container for water or solvent for rinsing brushes; paint rags; A4 or A3 visual diary for making notes and studies.

Advanced Colour Skills (Abramo Papp)

Materials list as for ‘Colour Mixing Skills’ and bring along your A3 colour wheel produced in the Colour Mixing Skills workshop (or earlier Colour Mixing Revisited workshop).

Releasing Your Inner Artist (Abramo Papp)

All materials are supplied, but it can get messy, so wear old clothes or wear a smock.

Expressive Water Media (Mia Clark)

An A3 pad of 300gsm medium watercolour paper (eg. Montval – approx. $20), Student quality (Cotman is a good brand) tubes of watercolour paint – red, blue and yellow (DO NOT BUY MARIES OR MONTMATRE), masking tape, scissors, drawing boards, palette with large recesses for mixing paint, tissues or paper towels, water containers x2, pencil or eraser, brushes: medium (4-6) round and large flat (8-10) and masking fluid.

Watercolour for Everyone (Mia Clark)

Watercolour Brush set with a selection of rounds and flats (eg. Mont Marte Gallery Series Brush Set, for under $6);  2B pencil; eraser; masking tape; A3 light weight boards or stiff cardboard x 2 or more; palette with some mixing wells and some mixing areas.

Getting Into Oils (Abramo Papp)

 PAINTS: For the raw beginner, any small starter pack will be adequate to get started. You can add to this later in the course as you see fit. If you wish to purchase individual oil paints start with this minimum basic palette: titanium white, ultramarine blue, pthalo blue, scarlet lake or an equivalent light (towards yellow) red, magenta or permanent rose, yellow mid, lemon yellow and one of either van dyke brown, burnt umber or raw umber and yellow ochre. MEDIUM: Refined linseed oil. SOLVENT: Art Spectrum odourless solvent, 500ml or I litre, for mixing and cleaning brushes. BRUSHES: Taklon or similar synthetic brushes. Rounds sizes 1,2 and 4; Flats or Brights sizes 2,4 and 8; Filberts sizes 2 and 4. PALETTE KNIVES: at least two, one for mixing and one for painting. PALETTE: A3 size disposable pads are best at this stage. PAINTING SURFACES: Initially one A4 canvas board and one A4 pad of canvas paper. Additional canvas boards or stretched canvases will be required for later exercises. OTHER MATERIALS: Two small sealed containers: one for medium and one for solvent. Larger container for solvent for cleaning brushes. Rags and paper towels for cleaning brushes. OPTIONAL: A hand cream for protecting hands while handling paints and for ease of cleaning. Protective apron or old clothes.

Drawing & Painting for the Raw Beginner (Sally Duhig)

Chromacryl acrylic paint tubes: - Warm Red, Cool Red, Warm Yellow, Cool Yellow, Warm Blue, Cool Blue, White, Black – OR - Reeves paints (deep yellow, lemon yellow, ultramarine, phthalo blue, brilliant red, rose madder) ;  Palette, Water container (e.g. Bucket);  Rags;  Bristle Brushes in a variety of sizes (flat or round);  an A2 pad of Cartridge Paper or 20 sheets of A2 Cartridge Paper;  A4 Visual Diary;  4B Pencil;  Sharpener;  Eraser;  Scissors;  Masking Tape;  2 Bulldog Clips;  1 stick of Compressed Charcoal; a cake of Sards Wonder Soap.

Acrylic Applications (Nameer Davis)

Acrylic / synthetic polymer paints 75 ml tubes: Rose Madder  (cool red), Vermillion (warm red), Ultramarine Blue (warm blue), Pthalo Blue ( cool blue), Process Yellow (cool yellow), Indian Yellow (warm yellow),Raw or Burnt Umber, Titanium White, Carbon Black; heavy bodied gel medium (Impasto gel); A3 pad of Canson acrylic painting paper; 2 watercolour brushes - sizes 0 & 4; 3 flat bristle brushes - assorted from 5mm, 10 mm, and  20 mm; plastic or metal palette knife, putty knife or similar small spoon or other  utensils for moving and mixing paint;  1 small sealable jar (100 ml) for storing mixed paint; Chux cloth or paper towel; plastic palette with 6 large deep recesses for mixing paint;  flat plastic or ceramic plate;  one litre water container; if you think you may have any skin allergies to acrylic paint please bring disposable latex gloves or rubber gloves.

Getting Into Oils (Svetlana Trefilova)

Oil paints: white, Prussian blue/Payne’s grey, red (any - cool and warm), blue (any - cool and warm), and yellow (any - cool and warm);  Oil mediums: No 1, No 2, No 3 and No 4, or Liquin Medium (original) - which is a faster drying medium, or bottle of Odourless Solvent (Turpentine) and bottle of Linseed Oil to mix your own mediums;  Visual diary;  2B pencil;  Flat and round brushes of different sizes;  3 canvases - 50 x 60cm or slightly smaller, but not bigger;  A canvas paper pad for exercises;  Tissue paper, a few plastic plates to use as palettes;  Glass container with Odourless Solvent to wash brushes .

Understanding Perspective (Svetlana Trefilova)

A digital camera (a phone with large screen is OK); Visual dairy; Pencils: HB, 2D, 4B; Ruler ; Art materials in your medium of choice to use at the end of this course.

Portraiture and the Human Figure (Mia Clark)

Beginners: A2 pad of cartridge paper; 2B and 6B graphite pencils; Faber Castell kneadable eraser; paper blender; A4 display folder.  Continuing students: bring a project start on and medium of their choice.

Watercolour for Everyone (Svetlana Trefilova)

Watercolour paints (single tubes or a basic set, Windsor & Newton/Art Spectrum); A few watercolour brushes of different sizes and shapes; A pad or single sheets of 300 gsm watercolour paper (Not Mont Marte paper!!); Masking liquid; Visual diary ; 2B pencil and eraser; Mixing palette and water container; Masking tape; Paper towels; a drawing board or any other hard board; hair dryer; spray bottle with a very fine mist.

Watercolour for Everyone (Allin Dwyer)   

Good quality watercolour paper (eg. Arches Medium and /or Smooth – A4 Block); Selected paints and media as suggested in the course outline; Brushes :No 8 or 12 imitation sable; (Roymac) & assorted flat bristle brushes; mixing pallete/paint box; pencil & pens; tissues/cloth.

 

CHILDREN

Art for Teenagers (Berenice Anzellotti)

Bring an art journal/sketch book & pen/pencil, wear old clothes, bring a mug for drinking water etc. and snacks if desired.

Children’s Holiday Art Workshops OR Children’s Term 4 Art Class (Deborah Cavallaro &/or Berenice Anzellotti &/or Rodney Turpin)

Please bring: an art shirt; a water bottle for drinking; morning or afternoon tea.

 

PRINTMAKING

Introductory Printmaking (David Nixon)

Bring two or more dry point Mylar (plastic) plates (15cmx10cm or larger) for the first class of mono printing, and for later in the semester for drypoint. Printmaking paper (240GSM or heavier), such as Canson edition all purpose printmaking paper, Fabriano Tiepolo, BFK Rives, Arches Vellum, Stonehenge or Hahnumuhle. Lino plates (15cmx15cm or larger), a set of Speedball lino cutting tools and a drypoint etching needle. Rubber or disposable gloves. Some students will find a sketch book and basic drawing materials (pencils, eraser) useful, and/or a cutting blade and mat; scissors. Any cotton rags for cleaning or towel (for blotting paper) are appreciated. Please wear closed in shoes, and clothes or apron to suit use with provided oil based inks. Tutor will discuss other materials to be possibly purchased during the course as required eg. Japanese veneer boards and Magnolia woodplates. 

T-Shirt Fundamentals  (Nancy Brown)

10 x T-shirts (any size or shape;  these can be new, second hand with or without previous printing on them;  we will be experimenting with printing onto them to learn the process;  any colour, a mix of dark and light would be useful);  bring an apron to wear or wear old clothes, and please wear closed in shoes and tie hair back; rags or cleaning cloths;  2 plastic cooking spatulas;  4 plastic containers;  disposable gloves or rubber gloves;  black drawing materials – pencils and erasers, black felt tipped pens (1 mm or wider);  a sketchbook with a few ideas, or other images for inspiration;  small paintbrushes; glue stick;  scissors;  cutting mat; scalpel blade;  ruler; compass;  1-2 empty tomato sauce containers.  Optional, but highly recommended: 1 regular size screen (eg. approximately 50x60cm) and small squeegee (10 - 15cm) from Gabba Screenprint Supplies, 189 Wellington Rd,  East Brisbane QLD 4169, (07) 3891 5080 [Recommended screen: 43T 50 cm x 63 cm].

Fabric Printing (Nancy Brown)

2 metres of cotton, poly-cotton or natural fibre material in a plain or light colour (any colour - can be patterned); scalpel knife and cutting mat; black felt tip pens; black ink; A 4 sketchbook; takeaway containers; gluestick; sticky tape; rags; ruler; compass; cake spatula;   scissors;  rubber or disposable gloves; choice of drawing materials; Please wear closed in shoes. Optional, but highly recommended: 1 regular size screen (eg. approximately 50x60cm) and small squeegee (10 - 15cm) from Gabba Screenprint Supplies, 189 Wellington Rd,  East Brisbane QLD 4169, (07) 3891 5080 [Recommended screen: 43T 50 cm x 63 cm].

\Mixed Monotype Techniques (Chris Hagen)

Notebook, writing implements, solvent-resistant gloves (disposable or heavy nitrile), cutting tool (utility, stanley, x-acto), burnishing tools if available (etching burnishers, wooden spoons, baren, bone folders — no need to purchase new, some tools will be provided), textured thin materials such as fabric and half-dry leaves. Printmaking papers: a mix of light and heavy papers is recommended, such as western papers (Rives, Magnani, Fabriano, etc.) and asian papers (Hosho, Kozo, Kitikata, Mulberry, Wenzhou).

Hand Printing from Digital Photographs (Chris Hagen)

Notebook, writing implements, solvent-resistant gloves (disposable or heavy nitrile), cutting tool (utility, stanley, x-acto), burnishing tools if available (etching burnishers, wooden spoons, baren, bone folders — no need to purchase new, some tools will be provided), textured thin materials such as fabric and half-dry leaves. Papers will be discussed in the first class, but any drawing or printmaking papers already owned will be useful. A mix of light and heavy papers is recommended, such as western papers (Rives, Magnani, Fabriano, etc.) and asian papers (Hosho, Kozo, Kitikata, Mulberry, Wenzhou).

 

3D

Introductory Silversmithing (Renata Fojtikova) OR Etching Metals for Jewellery (Renata Fotjikova)  OR  Studio Jewellery / Individual Projects (Renata Fotjikova)  OR  Silversmithing : Stone Setting (Renata Fotjikova) 

Notebook, pencil, fine permanent marker, glue stick, scissors, ruler; wear fully closed-in shoes, avoid flowing & loose garments, & long hair to be tied up.

Introductory Silversmithing (Clare Poppi)

Notebook, pencil, fine permanent marker, glue stick, scissors, ruler; wear fully closed-in shoes, avoid flowing & loose garments, & long hair to be tied up.

Precious Metal Recycling (Clare Poppi)

Pen, paper, closed in shoes. Any silver or gold scrap/unwanted jewellery can be brought in for recycling, however metal will be supplied as part of the levy so this is not necessary.

Easy Small Sculpture (Berenice Anzellotti)

Art Journal, pencils;  a smartphone, laptop or tablet with internet access is desirable; some other materials may be discussed as required.

Slip Cast Ceramics (Dianne Peach) OR Ceramics/Pottery for Art Teachers (Dianne Peach) OR Teapots, Cups & Saucers in Porcelain (Dianne Peach) OR Wheel Throwing Level 2 (Dianne Peach) OR Sophisticated Handbuilding in Porcelain (Dianne Peach) OR Pottery for Beginners (Dianne Peach) OR  Ceramics for Beginners AM (Dianne Peach)

Notebook and pencil, wear non-slip closed-in shoes. Please wear old clothes and/or apron and bring an old towel.

Ceramics for Beginners (Peter Biddulph)

Notebook and pencil, wear non-slip closed-in shoes. Please wear old clothes and/or apron and bring an old towel.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Art Documentation Photography (Christopher Hagan)

Notebook, camera(s) you would likely use for documentation, tripod if available, examples of your work to try capturing.

Hand Printing from Digital Photographs (Chris Hagen)

Notebook, writing implements, solvent-resistant gloves (disposable or heavy nitrile), cutting tool (utility, stanley, x-acto), burnishing tools if available (etching burnishers, wooden spoons, baren, bone folders — no need to purchase new, some tools will be provided), textured thin materials such as fabric and half-dry leaves. Papers will be discussed in the first class, but any drawing or printmaking papers already owned will be useful. A mix of light and heavy papers is recommended, such as western papers (Rives, Magnani, Fabriano, etc.) and asian papers (Hosho, Kozo, Kitikata, Mulberry, Wenzhou).

 

 

 

Art materials are not available at Brisbane Institute of Art so please check with the following suppliers for your art materials requirements:

                                    

Art Shed Brisbane Discount Art Supplies: 274 Montague Rd, West End Ph: 38461330;

Chapman & Bailey Brisbane: 14 Byres Street Newstead P. (07) 3666 0028 E. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 10% discount;

Eckersley’s Art Supplies:91-93 Edward St (Cnr Mary St), Brisbane (07) 3221 4866 

Oxlades Paint and Art Centre Retail Art Supplies: 136 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley (07) 3252 8238.

Oxlades at QCA: Qld College of Arts, 226 Grey Street, South Brisbane  (07) 3846 0611

Arthouse Northside: 140 Braun Street, Deagon (3869 2444);

Pottery Supplies: 51 Castlemaine St, Milton 3368 2877;

 

 

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