Class Supply List

SSSL - The Simplified Landscape (Studio School) - Jeremy During

The materials will be discussed thoroughly on our first day, as well as the mechanics of painting outdoors: how to pack, how to set up, how to choose a subject, etc. This will involve a demonstration of a number of different easels I’ve used over the years


  • Portable Easel
  • Paint box
  • Palette(wooden or butcher paper). It’s essential that this be portable, either held in the hand or attached to the easel
  • Palette cup
  • Palette Knife for both mixing and applying the paint
  • Small container of Gamsol
  • Small container of medium (half linseed half Gamsol) I’ve found the squeeze mustard bottles at the art store work perfectly
  • Brushes: at least three #8 and three #6 with some smaller brushes of your choice. I prefer rounds and filberts personally, but the shape is a matter of personal preference.
  • Sketchbook- for thumbnails and process work
  • A few sticks of vine charcoal or graphite for drawing
  • View catcher- grey plastic viewfinder-an essential tool in the field
  • Rags or a roll of paper or blue shop towels (and a bag for dirty rags)

Paints - Required Colors:

  • One warm and one cool of each primary color-this will lay the foundation of our palette
  • Cool Yellow-lemon or Hansa
  • Warm Yellow-Cadmium
  • Cool red- alizarin crimson* or quinacridone
  • Warm red- Cadmium or Windsor red
  • Cool blue- french ultramarine*
  • Warm blue-cerulean or Cobalt
  • One large tube of Titanium White*

*ultramarine and crimson will be combined to make black

Paints - Suggested Colors:

  • Greens- Terre Verte, Viridian, and Emerald
  • King’s blue
  • Cad yellow deep
  • Naples or Nickel Yellow
  • Anything else that catches your eye

Other Materials:

  • Hat with Visor
  • Suntan Lotion
  • Snack and drink
  • Painting supports
  • 1 pad Arches oil paper 9 by 12 or 12 by 18 (or a similar disposable material such as Canson Canvapaper)-for thumbnails and process work
  • 1 panel or Masonite to adhere paper to
  • 1 roll masking tape
  • Canvas or prepared panel-no smaller than 12 by 18, no larger than 18 by 24