Pencils, pens (your choice, but a variety of thicknesses works best)
Computer paper, thicker paper (bristol board if you have it), a sketchbook
Erasers and rulers if you want//need them. Scissors.
Good but not necessary to have a small bottle of black ink and a small paintbrush. You will be free for the most part to use any materials you prefer, so if you like pastels or watercolors, feel free to bring those to the workshop.
*The only thing absolutely needed is some kind of paper and drawing utensils.
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Painting on location is a practice that requires mindfulness and kindness towards ourselves. What we put on paper may not always be perfect or satisfying to our inner critic, but the time we spend in communion with the beauty before us, our eyes wide open and receptive, is an invaluable gift.
A testimonial from a reluctant online student: The class hours flew by so quickly and the experience gave me the momentum to dig out my desk making it usable again and not merely the repository for every random paper that enters my apartment. In short, the class is giving me motivation to rejoin the world outside my kitchen!