Workforce Training Online Catalog
Painting in Oil
"This class is designed for the beginning to advanced student. Learn to oil paint using a system employed by the ""Old Masters"" and early Impressionists. This method will enable you to produce beautiful paintings of your own choosing by applying theories and solid techniques used by the great masters of the past. Discover how to replicate colors and values without time consuming guess work using a limited controlled palette."
Student reviews from class surveys...
- "The instructor was amazing and really knows how to teach her subject."
- "The class was small so the instructor could spend a lot of time on each student."
Books & book costs
No book required
Supply list & System requirements
Oil Paint: Titanium White 5 oz; Ivory Black 1.25 oz; Raw Umber 1.25 oz; Alizarin Crimson 1.25 oz; Ultramarine Blue 1.25 oz; Raw Sienna 1.25 oz; Yellow Ochre 1.25 oz; Cadmium Yellow Light 1.25 oz; small flexible metal (not plastic) trowel shaped painting knife (no longer than 1.5 inches); canvas boards 12x16 inches (about 4 to 6 of them); “Palette Seal” by Masterson (blue top)- to mix, transport, and store your oil paints (12x16x1); disposable strip palette for oil paints 12x16 inches; odorless turpentine or odorless mineral spirits; baby oil or mineral oil; 2 capped containers; box for paint supplies; paper towels and/or rags; plastic grocery bag for dirty rags and garbage; baby wipes; waterless/gritless hand cleaner; liquid detergent, or brush soap; floor easel; note book or binder with paper and pen or pencil
|Date(s):||9/16 - 10/21|
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|Time:||6:30PM - 9:30PM|
Workforce Training & Community Education
Fees & Registration
Workforce Training & Community Education Program
How to Register...
Students can register for a class by telephone using a debit or credit card, or mail in the registration form with a check to 1600 South 25th East, Idaho Falls, ID 83404,or come to the campus Building 3, Student Services and register.