Steve Kennedy - Oil/Acrylic - Studio

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new.jpg
house.jpg
long.jpg
sailboat.jpg
door.jpg
steve2.jpg
steve.jpg
newboat.jpg
open+studio3.jpg
pink.jpg
red.jpg
snow.jpg
whitehouse.jpg
winter.jpg
yellowdoorfaraway.jpg

Steve Kennedy - Oil/Acrylic - Studio

from 95.00

Fall 1:

Tuesdays 9:15 AM - 12:15 PM

5 weeks- Oct 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

$120 members/ $150 non member

Fall 2:

Fridays 9:15 AM - 12:15 PM

4 weeks- Nov 15, 22, (skip 29), Dec 6, 13

$95 members/ $125 non member

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Summer/Fall

Learn how to get more out of your painting experience, as Steve walks you through the how to's of painting: how to make perspective work in your paintings, how to create a strong abstract underpinning to your representational art, how to see and paint intuitively, how to paint atmosphere and much more.  Beginners to advanced are welcomed.  Oils, acrylic.


3 Day Mini Class-

Learn how to choose a spot, time of day and paint plein air. Steve will guide you in choosing your subject and seeing the light. This three day mini workshop will be informative and full of individualized attention. Learn what it takes to paint a successful work. All levels welcome.

Steve Kennedy - PAINTING CLASS SUPPLY LIST- 2019 (Please note this list is for oil painting, can be modified for acrylics)
Art box and easel or French easel
Brush cleaner- Odorless thinner or turpenoid, no turpentine allowed.
Painting medium- Liquin (there are several types) – please note this is a fast drying medium - or stand oil/turpentine mix 1 to 4 or 1 to 5 mix.
Paint Rags (T-shirts are best) Brushes- Flats or filberts or both; differing sizes- # 1s, 3s, 6s, 12s, etc- be sure to buy a few large ones; also one or two small Rounds for detail; sables preferable to pure synthetic brushes.
Palette- Disposable Palettes (larger sizes best),Wooden Palettes or glass are acceptable Painting Tins (for holding medium and/or turpentine). Palette Knife- for mixing colors, or roughing up overworked areas of a painting
Painting Support – Pre-stretched Canvas, linen or canvas mounted on board, see instructor if you’d like to learn how to stretch your own canvas. Colors needed: (you may substitute colors if need be, but these are what the instructor uses): remember the more costly the paint the better! Lesser priced paints contain more filler and wash out quicker when white is added. This palette is built around the theme of warm and cool primaries plus additional and guest colors:
Permalba White (brand name) or titanium/zinc white mix
Cadmium yellow pale or hansa yellow light; thalo lemon is good as well
Cadmium yellow medium
Cadmium orange
Cadmium scarlet or red light
Cadmium red deep
Alizarin Crimson
Permanent Rose (roses give the best purple)
Cerulean Blue
French Ultramarine Blue
Burnt Sienna
Yellow Ochre Light
Naples Yellow Light or Deep
*Viridian (Green)
*Thalo blue (red or green shade)
* optional colors. I don’t recommend umbers or black. Brush Cleanser – solid or liquid, can be purchased at an art store. Optional Supplies for Outdoor Painting: Large Clips and/or bungee Cords Hat with visor, straw or cowboy hat, or hat with flaps, etc Sunscreen Insect repellent Vented Umbrella Weights for easel Backup jars, holders, etc You may contact the instructor if you have any questions: Steve Kennedy: (508) 237-1239 email: eastrawl@yahoo.com website: www.stevekennedyfinearts.com