Mystery and Majesty: Painting the Late Autumn Landscape – All Mediums

Instructor: Diane DuBois Mullaly
November 3 and 4
Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Cost $125 Members, $150 Non-members


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The late autumn landscape is beautiful and intriguing in its juxtaposition of lingering bright fall colors against the subtleties of dried grasses and bare branches. The tendency is to paint it all brighter and harsher than it should be. Learn to mix the sophisticated colors of fall and make your landscape more believable–filled with the mystery and majesty of the season. Each class starts with a lesson, demonstration and written materials; followed by plenty of painting time with ample personal attention. Coffee and snacks provided. Please bring a bag lunch. Minimum 6, Maximum 15.


November 3 - November 4, 2018


10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Class Information:

Materials List
Majesty and Mystery – Painting the Late Autumn Landscape 2018
Diane DuBois Mullaly

Paint – Bring whatever colors you have. Be sure to have a yellow, a red, Ultramarine Blue and white.
Medium – None needed for oil. Acrylic painters might consider a retarder to slow drying.
Brushes – An assortment, including flats in various larger sizes (6 or 8) and one smaller round.
Painting Knives -- Painting knives (aka palette knives) shaped like a trowel, one or a variety.
Palette – Bring whatever you have. Paper is fine. To cover and transport palette with paint on it: Masterson Palette Seal – blue lid for oil, yellow lid (with sponge inside) for acrylic.
Canvas Panels – 8x10 panels, 4 total.
How to carry wet paintings -- If you want to save money and recycle, use empty pizza boxes to transport your wet paintings. Or buy Guerilla Painter Handy Porter or Art Cocoon, online.
Brush Washer/Tank with a tight cover -- Oil painters, Silicoil has a coil in the bottom on which to wipe bristles, or use a glass jar with a lid that seals tight, the size of a spaghetti sauce or mayo jar.
Mineral Spirits – Oil painters, ODORLESS Turpenoid or Gamsol. Do not bring solvent with an odor!
Spray bottle – Acrylic painters, to keep your paint from drying too fast.
Paper Towels -- Viva brand, several rolls.

Bring the pigments, brushes, panels or papers and other tools you normally use. Also read above list for the colors to bring and whatever else might apply to you.

Bring your pastels, shaders, and other tools you normally use. Bring your preferred paper, drawing board and tape, to secure your paper while you work. Also read above list for what applies to you.

Notebook and pen, camera, plus an open mind. Bring your creative spirit and sense of wonder. There is no pressure! Be ready to relax, get in touch with the painter inside you, think good thoughts, and have a lot of fun!

Ben Franklin, 101 Marlboro Avenue Easton, MD 21601, (410) 820-0202. Now carries Gamblin oil colors and Robert Simmons Brushes at competitive prices.
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