MATERIALS LIST SEMESTER 2  2021

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

These are the materials required for your first class -

PAINTINGDRAWING |  3DPRINTMAKINGCHILDRENART MATERIAL SUPPLIERS

 

PAINTING

Painting 1 & 2 (Svetlana Trefilova)
Acrylic paints (all colours that you have, plus black and white). If you do not already have paint – Chromacryl acrylic paint tubes or Reeves paints: Warm red, Cool red, Warm yellow, Cool yellow, Warm blue, Cool blue; Gloss acrylic medium; 2 canvases, deep edges (medium sizes), 2 canvas boards; Visual diary; 2B pencil; A variety of flat brushes; A palette or white disposable plastic plates; Palette knife; Spray bottle; Hair dryer; Tissue or paper towel; Plastic container for water.

Painting 1 (Deborah Cavallaro)
A4 Visual diary;  1 large canvas pad A2 size (10 sheets);  flat bristle hog hair brushes - No.s 12, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0;  Taklon brushes - ¾ , ½, ¼, 1/8 inch;  large area bristle brush - 2 inches wide;  Acrylic paints: - 500ml tub white, 250ml tubes of cool yellow, warm yellow, warm red, cool red, warm blue, cool blue, raw umber, black, paynes grey (No Mont Marte or Art Culture paints please);  1 container of impasto gel medium;  1 container of texture paste;  I bottle Atelier clear painting medium;  Atelier liquefying  medium;  flat palette with wells and disposable plastic plates; Gladwrap and paper towel;  spray bottle for water;  water container (e.g. large yogurt container);  rags;  small disposable plastic containers for mixing paint;  masking tape;  1 medium palette knife for mixing and painting.

Painting 2 (Deborah Cavallaro)
A4 Visual diary;  1 large canvas pad A2 size (10 sheets);  flat bristle hog hair brushes - No.s 12, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0;  Taklon brushes - ¾ , ½, ¼, 1/8 inch;  large goat hair brush or Hake brush - 2 inches wide;  Acrylic paints: - 500ml tub white, 250ml tubes of cool yellow, warm yellow, warm red, cool red, warm blue, cool blue, raw umber, black, paynes grey, Atelier small tube of Napthol Red light, Carbon black, Transparent Yellow and Winsor and Newton Mixing White, (No Mont Marte or Art Culture paints please);  1 container of impasto gel medium;  1 container of texture paste;  I bottle Atelier clear painting medium;  Clear Gel  medium;  flat palette with wells and disposable plastic plates; Gladwrap and paper towel;  spray bottle for water;  water container (e.g. large yogurt container);  rags;  small disposable plastic containers for mixing paint;  masking tape;  1 medium palette knife for mixing and painting.

Painting 3 (Nameer Davis) OR Studio Painting (Nameer Davis)
Your usual painting materials.

Studio Painting (Barbara Penrose)
Your usual painting materials

Studio Painting (Sally Duhig)
Your usual painting materials, recent completed painting, painting/s you are working on, visual diary.

Watercolour for Beginners (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; A drawing board or any other hard board; Paper towels; Hair dryer; Spray bottle with a very fine mist.

Advanced Watercolour (Svetlana Trefilova)
Watercolour paints (single tubes or a basic set, Windsor & Newton/Art Spectrum); White and dark blue or dark green acrylic paint; Black ink, pen and nib; Small box of oil crayons; 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; A drawing board or any other hard board; Tissue or paper; towel; Hair dryer; Spray bottle with a very fine mist.

Exploring Watercolour & Beyond (Mia Clark)
Tubes of watercolour (cotman or art spectrum)-not cheap Montmartre or Aldi:  indigo, ultramarine or cobalt blue, cerulean blue, alizarin and cadmium (or spectrum ) red, yellow ochre, lemon yellow, cadmium yellow, burnt sienna, black;  White gouache;  300gsm watercolour pad (not Montmartre or Aldi);  Brushes ...round ( fine and medium)-Montmartre sets are fine for brushes, … & flat  (fine, medium, large);  A colour wheel;  X2 3mm mdf boards and blue masking tape ....Bunning;  4b pencil and kneadable eraser;  Palette (wells big enough for your biggest brush);  X2 water containers;  Masking fluid;   pippette or eye dropper;   small atomiser spray bottle (cheap from hairdressing salons);  Pocket packet of tissues;  Salt.

Internal Dynamics of Painting and Drawing (Nameer Davis)
A selection of dry drawing materials (ie charcoal, pencils, crayons, pastels), A3 cartridge paper, A3 acrylic painting paper, Acrylic paints: warm and cool red, yellow and blue, white paint, Impasto gel, selection of brushes. Palette with Wells, water container, paint cloth or paper towel. 

Foundation Drawing and Painting (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 Sard Wonder Soap.

Painting for the Raw Beginner (Sally Cox)
Chromacryl or Atelier acrylic paint tubes: - Warm Red, Cool Red, Warm Yellow, Cool Yellow, Warm Blue, Cool Blue, White, Black. Palette (you can use white plastic plates as a palette); Large water container; Rags or Paper towels; Taklon brushes (flat and round); A3 Cartridge Paper pad; A4 Canvas Paper Pad; 2 canvas boards, middle size (A4); 4B Pencils, stick of chalk

Your usual painting & drawing materials

  

DRAWING

Illustration Techniques (Mia Clark)
A3 sketchbook, graphite pencils [2B and 6B], permanent markers [fine and medium], faber castell kneadable eraser, normal eraser, sharpener, soft faber castell charcoal pencil.

Crossing the Line from Drawing to Painting (Nicole Sylvestre)
Lots of paper A4 and A3 cartridge quality, a few A4, A3 sheets of heavier, watercolour quality. Soft pencils (2B, 4B or 6B), biros, markers, erasers, masking tape, drawing inks (black and 2 other colours) plain household candle.

Portraiture and the Human Figure (Mia Clark)
Beginners: A3 pad of cartridge paper; 2B and 6 B graphite pencils; Faber Castell kneadable eraser; paper blender; A4 display folder.  Continuing students: bring a project start on and medium of their choice.

Introductory Drawing (Mia Clark)
2B, 4B, 6B pencils; a grey Faber Castel kneadable eraser;  sharpener;  ruler;  small paper blender [torchon]; A4 display folder; A3 cartridge paper pad (make sure the paper doesn't feel shiny or too smooth, a bit of tooth is best);  masking tape and/or bulldog clips; we will discuss additional materials during our first class.

Foundation Drawing and Painting (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.

Towards Abstraction (Sally Cox)
Your usual painting & drawing materials.  If you are a beginner, please look at Painting for the Raw Beginner (Sally Cox) list.

 

3D

Ceramics 1 (Peter Biddulph) OR Ceramics 2 (Peter Biddulph)
Notebook and pencil, wear closed-in shoes, avoid flowing and loose garments, and long hair is to be tied up.     

Metal Sculpture (Allin Dwyer)
Visual diary & pen; pencil; wear closed-in shoes and old clothes; your imagination.

Introductory Silversmithing (Renata Fojtikova) OR Intermediate Silversmithing (Renata Fojtikova) OR Studio Jewellery (Matt Dwyer)
Ruler, pencil, thin permanent marker, scissors, glue stick, metal ruler, wear fully closed-in shoes and avoid flowing, loose garments; long hair must be tied up.

Introduction to Enamelling (Clare Poppi)  OR  Studio Jewellery (Clare Poppi)
Notebook; pencil; old tea towel; wear fully closed-in shoes and avoid flowing, loose garments; long hair must be tied up.

Ceramics 1 (Dianne Peach) OR Ceramics 2 (Dianne Peach) OR Decorative Ceramics (Dianne Peach)
Notebook and pencil, wear non-slip closed-in shoes; please wear old clothes and/or apron and bring an old towel; avoid flowing, loose garments; long hair must be tied up.

 

PRINTMAKING

Studio Etching & Mixed Media (Gwenn Tasker)
Your usual materials

Contemporary Printmaking (Christopher Hagen)
Students will need to purchase printmaking paper and their preferred printing elements, but you are welcome to wait until after the first class — materials are not likely needed on the first day unless you are a repeat student ready to dive into a project. Basic supplies of note-taking materials, cutting tools (x-acto, stanley knife, etc.), and a range of cheap studio brushes will be used regularly - please bring these each day. At least one pair of heavy NITRILE solvent-resistant gloves is required; a supply of disposable gloves is recommended. If possible, your own cutting mat, and small ruler may be useful. Consumables such as cotton buds and cleaning rags are not supplied by BIA, please bring at least enough to cover your own use or consider donating to the shared stock. Recommended Papers: cheap cartridge papers for trial proofing and experimentation, Rives BFK, Magnani Revere/Incisioni/Pescia, Fabriano Academia, Japanese Papers (Optional).

Introductory Printmaking (Nancy Brown)
Drawing materials (pencils, eraser); box of disposable gloves or rubber gloves;  clean cotton rags;  surgical scalpel with spare blades and cutting mat;  scissors;  towel;  4 sheets of 250 gsm printmaking paper (such as Fabriano Tiepolo, BFK Rives, Arches Vellum, Stonehenge or Hahnumuhle Fabriano Tiepolo, BFK Rives, Arches Vellum, Stonehenge or Hahnumuhle) - sheets will also be available for purchase from the tutor;  Please wear closed in shoes, tie hair back and wear clothes or apron to suit use with provided oil based inks.

Fabric Design and Printing (Nancy Brown)
3 metres of cotton, poly-cotton or natural fibre material in a plain or light colour (any colour - can be patterned); 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; rags; 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].

Ideas and Images  (Glen Skien)
As this course incorporates several different methods and requires individual participants to respond using a mix of materials and objects, it is advised that you wait until after the first introductory lesson before purchasing materials. In the first lesson your tutor will present a detailed discussion of the course and the required materials. Visual diary or note book essential for the first lesson.
Basic-Studio Materials: Printmaking paper: 4 or 5 full sheets (no specified brand), 15/20 sheets A3 size cartridge paper for proofing.
Individual resources that can be used as collage elements: photocopies of photographs, light weight papers, coloured rice papers or any ephemeral materials that can be used as collage.

Print to Book: The Artist Book (Glen Skien)
Due to the varied nature of materials participants will be instructed on the materials required for the course in the first lesson of the course. Note pad and pen.

 

CHILDREN

Children’s’ Term 3 Art Class (Deborah Cavallaro &/or Berenice Anzellotti)
Water container (e.g.; large yoghurt container); art shirt or apron, please bring morning tea, a mug for drinking water, and wear an apron; all other materials provided.

Art for High School Students Term 3 (Berenice Anzellotti)
Bring an art journal/sketch book & pen/pencil, wear old clothes, bring a mug for drinking water etc. and snacks if desired; all other materials provided.

 

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: (07) 38461330

Chapman & Bailey - Brisbane: 14 Byres Street Newstead Ph: (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: 10% BIA members discount (excludes freight and specials). Eckersley's own Creative Rewards program offers great benefits to their members, including $25 reward every 500 points, birthday gift, exclusive offers & more.
~  41 - 43 Adelaide St, Brisbane Ph: (07) 3221 4866 
~  546 Lutwyche Road, Lutwyche Ph: (07) 3858 2730
~  12 Douglas Street, Milton Ph: (07) 3858 2700
~  42 - 44 Compton Road, Woodridge Ph: (07) 3084 6222
~  2 / 142 Brisbane Road, Labrador (Gold Coast) Ph: (07) 5528 8388
~  Shop 11, Corner Nicklin Way & Kensington Drive, Minyama (Sunshine Coast) Ph: (07) 5444 0311

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

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

Arthouse Northside: 140 Braun Street, Deagon Ph: (07) 3869 2444

Pottery Supplies: 51 Castlemaine St, Milton Ph: (07) 3368 2877