1. Workshop Lessons 5 Series, 32 Videos (6 Hours and 52 Minutes)
  2. Introduction
  3. Series 1: 5 Videos (55 Minutes and 42 Seconds)
  4. Series 2: 5 Videos (59 Minutes and 56 Seconds)
  5. Series 3: 6 Videos (69 Minutes and 36 Seconds)
  6. Series 4: 7 Videos (103 Minutes and 39 Seconds)
  7. Series 5: 9 Videos (123 Minutes and 53 Seconds)
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Oil Painting Sessions - Bundle (Series 1-5)

  • Instructor donna downey
  • Course Length 5 Series, 32 Videos (6 Hours and 52 Minutes)
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This bundle includes:

Oil Painting Sessions - Series 1 - Beginner Oils / Chair Study
https://www.donnadowney.com/collections/online-workshops/products/oil-painting-sessions-series-1-online-workshop

Oil Painting Sessions - Series 2 - Gaining Perspective / Chair Study
https://www.donnadowney.com/collections/online-workshops/products/oil-painting-sessions-series-2-online-workshop

Oil Painting Sessions - Series 3 - Adding Pattern / Chair Study
https://www.donnadowney.com/collections/online-workshops/products/oil-painting-sessions-series-3-online-workshop

Oil Painting Sessions - Series 4 - Composition & Mood
https://www.donnadowney.com/collections/online-workshops/products/oil-painting-sessions-series-4-online-workshop

Oil Painting Sessions - Series 5 - Artistic Narrative
https://www.donnadowney.com/collections/online-workshops/products/oil-painting-sessions-series-5-online-workshop

 

Supplies used throughout all 5 Series lessons:

  • Canvas: Primed with red acrylic paint
  • Oil Paintbrushes: in a size 4 or 6 whatever you feel most comfortable using.
    • My personal favorites are the Ivory Long Filbert, Ivory Long Flat 'Curved Edge' or Ivory Long Flats from Rosemary & Co
    • Many acrylic brushes can be used for oil paint. Just stay away from watercolor brushes they are not firm enough to move the heavy bodied oil paint.
  • Oil paints: Any brand you prefer
  • Gamsol: Odorless Mineral Spirits for thinning Gamblin mediums and for general painting. I use this primarily for cleaning my brushes as I work
  • Palette: This can be any non-porous surface like palette pad, glass palette, etc. Use what you have.
  • Oil Medium: Any oil medium will work and there are dozens to choose from. I like the Gamblin Alkyd Medium from Safflower Oil or Walnut Oil by M. Graham & Co.
  • Paper Towels
  • Rubber Gloves: Not all oil painters wear gloves so this is not a must have.

 

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