Wandering Muse: Supply List - Jeanne Oliver

Supply List

Basic Supply List
You will find these basic supplies needed for many of the projects in this course.

Newsprint, watercolor paper, sketchbooks and/or kraft paper
Acrylic paints in your color palette
Black Stabilo    
Charcoal Pencil
Derwent XL Charcoal
White Gesso
Clear Gesso
Derwent Inktense Blocks (2-3 in your color palette)
Prismacolor Art Stix (2-3 in your color palette)
Derwent Watercolor Pencils (1-2 in your color palette)
Jewelry Wire
Paper Clay
Basic Sculpting Tools

*Fabric + Plaster Art Journal
Drop cloth or inexpensive canvas
Plaster of Paris
Rusty Wire
Palette Knife
(same as link below)
Vintage Ephemera
Tapes (masking, drywall, washi)
Mark Making Tools
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks or Book Binding Glue

*Substrates With Intention
Watercolor paper
Other substrates around your home like cardboard, paper grocery bag, old book covers, vintage book pages, newsprint

*Ink Drawing
India Ink
Rubbing Alcohol
Japanese brush

*Finding Detail in the Abstract
Rusty found objects
Spray bottle with one part white vinegar and one part water

*Palette Knife Sketch
Palette knife
Heavy Body Acrylic Paint (4-5 colors in your palette)

*Portrait Linocut
Gray Linoleum Block
Linoleum for Carving
Basic Carving Tools
Speedball printing ink

*Clay Tags
Sculpey Clay

*Clay + Wood Sculpture
Paper Clay 3-5 packages based on the size of your sculpture
Gray Clay
Red Clay
Basic Sculpting Set
22 gauge silver wire
aluminum foil
masking tape
Rusty Wire

Wood and metal piping to create your armature. Use what you have or what you can find. I used a wood block (7 1/2 x 5 x 1 1/2), 8″ long 1/2″ opening nipple piping, 2 additional nipple extenders, 1/2″ flange and 1/2″ T fitting.

Disclosure of Material Connection: Some or all of the links in this supply list are affiliate links.  This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission and we are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  Please note that we only share the supplies listed by the teacher in this course.  As always, our heart is to encourage you to use what you already have and, when we suggest products, we only share supplies that we use and endorse.
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