Saturday, October 8, 2016
Meeting at Cape Coral Art League (click for map)
CUT GLASS with ROSE
with Judith MacLaren
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
It is probably the bright colors that draw you to this beautiful cut glass vase with a single rose. But each time you pick up your paint brush you learn something new and this is an opportunity to learn how to use masking fluid.
For many, masking fluid is a new experience. The masking fluid acts as a resist that will protect your paper so that it will remain white.
Masking Fluid is also known as frisket. It allows painters to preserve white areas that are too tiny to paint around. It is made of latex and must be thoroughly dry before you start to paint. But, do NOT use a hair dryer to speed up the drying process! It will make the masking fluid/frisket very difficult to remove when it is time.
GROW YOUR CHAPTER …bring a guest. Guests are always welcome!
- Packet/Paper/Palette $5.00
- Please try to bring correct currency so we don't have to make a lot of change.
- 11x14" size 140 lb cold press Arches (ONLY) watercolor paper
- 5-1/2 x 14" finished size - - (you will need 5-1/2 x 14" frame - no mat necessary)
- any Yellow
- Cadmium Red
- Sap Green
- 3/4-inch Flat OR Angular
- #5 OR #6 Round
- any brush with a good point (Loew-Cornell series 7020 Ultra Round Size 10)
- Masking Fluid (provided with Supply Fee)
- Very Thin Pigma Pen
- 2-Water Containers
- Transfer Paper WAX FREE
- Red Pen
- Paper Towels
- Regular Painting Supplies
- Masking Tape