Saturday, August 12, 2017
Meeting at Cape Coral Art League (click for map)
with Deb Booker-Foley
Due to a student artist with a serious allergy to certain painting products, we are asking that you refrain from bringing these with you into the classroom.
- Turpinoid Natural by Martin Weber
- Any Krylon product
Clipper ships sailed the world over, plying the trade routes between the United Kingdom and its colonies. During the boom years in the mid-1800s, clippers saw service bringing tea from China and played a part in the gold rush. The era of clippers ended with the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869.
Deb's clipper painting shows the oriental influence as might result from such a ship waiting to be loaded with tea in some far off Chinese port.
Join DASF painting this program with Deb as she helps us create this interesting canvas.
GROW YOUR CHAPTER …bring a guest. Guests are always welcome!
- Photo/Instructions/Pattern $1.00
- Please try to bring correct currency so we don't have to make a lot of change
- FREE: This program includes a FREE 11x14 canvas. Canvases are free for DASF members participating in the program; 11" x 14" canvases are available for non-members for $2.00
- None required
- PALETTE WILL NOT BE PROVIDED, please bring your own
- Payne's Grey
- Alizarin Crimson
- Dark Green
- Brown (Burnt Umber)
- Blue (Cerulean)
- 1" Flat
- 3/4" Angle
- #6 Round
- White Transfer Paper
- Tracing Paper
- Hair Dryer
- White Pencil or Chalk
- Water Container
- Wet Palette
- Paper Towels