Painting in Oils
Tutor: Juliet Kac
Location: Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton BN1 2LR
Next start date: Saturday 22 April
Unfortunately, because of family reasons, Juliet Kac is unable to teach the course this term. We are very happy to welcome instead Julain Vilarubi.
- Whether you are looking to improve your skills or learn from scratch, these courses cater to all levels.
- Learn oil painting stage by stage with techniques like colour mixing, tone and shading.
- Unleash your creativity and meet like-minded people in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
What does the course cover?
Learn oil painting in a fun, friendly and supportive environment. This course is for students of all levels, including complete beginners. Explore the process of oil painting stage by stage, working with colour mixing and developing technical confidence and creative expression. You will be able to experiment with a variety of approaches and subjects that are of interest to you.
See students' work in our gallery below - click to enlarge
Materials list: at bottom of page
About the tutor
Juliet has an M.F.A in Fine Arts (Auckland University) and a PhD on the relationship between music and painting (University of Brighton). She works as a professional portrait painter and continues to develop her abstract painting. She has many years’ experience in teaching oil painting, printmaking, life drawing and portraiture.
I have loved painting in oils for many years. Joining a class with a professional and encouraging tutor has been a privilege and pleasure. Barbara
I love oil painting and feel happy that I'm improving my skill. I am getting closer to freeing myself up from the technical skills so I can express myself better. Anne
Click here for Painting in Oils Materials List
All equipment can be bought at Clarkes stationers on Bond Street. If you wish to get a 10% discount at Clarkes Stationers, please take along acknowledgement of your course booking. At the first class you will be given a list of any further materials that will be required for the course.
- titanium white
- ultramarine blue
- lemon yellow (hue)
- Phtalo blue or Cyan or Cobalt
- viridian green (hue)
- yellow ochre
- rose madder (quinacridone)
- burnt sienna
This is a good basic selection of colours. If you are a beginner, I recommend buying these colours in 38ml tubes of Rowney Georgian Oil Colours. If you have the above colours made by a different manufacturer, they will be fine.
A small bottle of oil paint drying medium like Liquin
• A4 (or larger) pad of Georgian Oil Painting Paper or a piece of any other brand of oil painting paper (A4 size or bigger).
• 1 round brush, size 1 or 2
* 1 filbert brush, size 2 or 3
* 1 flat brush (square ended) size 4 or 5
• low odour thinners for oil colours (from artist’s suppliers) - approx 75ml bottle, or larger.
• NEW ITEM zest or odourless cleaner for brushes, stored in an airtight container (jar with lid).
• two jars with lids (ideally 1 large (jam size) & 1 small (pesto/mustard size). • palette: A4 size disposable tear-off palette for oil colours. Or a piece of melamine roughly A4 size or larger - from a timber yard or DIY shop.
• rags, preferably cotton * palette knife * ruler * pencil * rubber * masking tape
Either WEAR OLD CLOTHES you don't mind getting paint on, or bring an apron or smock to cover your good clothes.
Approximate cost of the items on this list: £40