MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:

1) Watercolor Miskit Batik Method: Sunflowers (#2715)
2) Watercolor Workshop: Reflection, Water, & Skies (#8440)

Instructor: Gayle Rappaport – Weiland 
Remember don’t let the material list overwhelm you. These are all suggestions get close. E-mail or call instructor if you are concerned. E-mail: gayle@grappaport.com | Phone: (805) 295-6690

Brushes: sizes of brushes are suggestions 
• #2 bristle brush
• 1 inch square or flat aquarelle (beveled edge used in place of a palette knife)
• 2 inch inexpensive pastry brush, or 2 inch flat brush or hake ( to apply washes)
• #4 rigor, script, or liner brush (long and thin)
• #10 round brush (optional)
• Round and small inexpensive miskit/maskoid fluid brush 
• Palette knife (credit card , nail clipper, emery board, pocket knife will work)

Pigments:  Q0R/ Grumbacher/ Winsor Newton/ American Journey student grade is a good start

Primary colors: Red, Yellow, Blue and Sepia work for class. Color suggestions below: 

Recommended Colors   
• New Gambouge (yellow)  
• Burnt Sienna (Rust)
• French Ultramarine Blue or Prussian Blue or Indigo
• Winsor Blue or Antwerp Blue  
• Cerulean Blue or Magnesium Blue 
• Alizarin Crimson or Rose Madder 
• Cadium Orange
• Sepia
• Winsor Red or Grumbacher Red Medium or QoR Cad Red Medium

Optional/Extra Fun Colors: Sap Green, Viridian Green, Winsor Green, Permanent Rose, Yellow Ochre, Cobalt Blue, Quinarcridone Red

Papers: 140lb. or 300lb. Dearcher’s acid free rough watercolor paper (available to purchase at class) paper can be purchased by the sheet so you can experiment.

Palette: White with sections for painting and mixing (non-absorbent). A melmac or Styrofoam plate is a good start.

Extra Items: 2 water containers, toothbrush, toilet paper, table salt, paint rag, (art masking fluid, miskit or maskoid), masking tape, (masonite board or something non-absorbent to tape your paper on), favorite photo’s to give you inspiration, kneaded eraser, HB pencil, small piece of sponge, rubber cement pick–up, small soap. 

Optional: permanent marker (fine tip) required for pen and ink class, cheese cloth (gauze) 

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MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Acrylic Seascape Abstraction (#2178)

Instructor: Gayle Rappaport – Weiland 
Remember don’t let the material list overwhelm you. These are all suggestions get close. E-mail or call instructor if you are concerned. E-mail: gayle@grappaport.com | Phone: (805) 295-6690

Brushes: sizes of brushes are suggestions/ note you may use your watercolor synthetic brushes. DO NOT use natural hair brushes. Wash brushes properly.
• 1” inch square
• #3 rigor, script, or liner brush. (Long and Thin)
• #8 or 10 round brush
• #2 bright bristle brush
• Palette knife (credit card, nail clipper, emery board, pocket knife will work)

Pigments:  Golden / Liquitex /etc. any professional grade
• Any quality acrylic is fine. Fluid or Hard Body Fine 

Recommended Colors: (a set is fine) .Bring colors you love. Think Seascape colors.
• Titanium White
• Note: Colors don’t have to be exact. Make sure to pick a blue & red that creates a good purple. Bring your favorite colors if you already have them.

Canvas:
• 12 by 12 cotton artist stretched canvas suggested. Squares work better for abstract. (Gallery wrap okay- any size will work.
• (Available to purchase at class.) Contact instructor to save one.

Palette:
• Styrofoam plate is a good start. Disposable paper palette or aluminum foil also work.

Extra Items:
• 2 water containers, toothbrush, toilet paper, paint rag, pencil, and small piece of sponge.
(I will supply rice papers, molding paste, gesso, glues, gel medium and more…)
• Bring things you might want to share and experiment with.

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MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Watercolor Greeting Card (#8640)

Instructor: Gayle Rappaport – Weiland 
Remember don’t let the material list overwhelm you. These are all suggestions get close. E-mail or call instructor if you are concerned. E-mail: gayle@grappaport.com | Phone: (805) 295-6690

BRUSHES:
• 1/2" square or aquarelle (flat)
• #4 rigor/script/liner brush 
• #8 round brushes (optional) 
• #3 bristle brush (flat)
• Permanent marker/fine point. 
• Palette Knife

PIGMENTS: 
• QOR Golden Artist Colors / Grumbacher/Winsor-Newton, or any student grade or professional paint. 
• Primary colors: Red; Yellow; Blue and Sepia. Bring any other colors you like

PAPER:
• Cards, gift tags, glues and lot’s of fun extra’s provided

PALETTE: 
• White with sections for painting and mixing. Styrofoam plate will work. 

EXTRAS:
• 2 water containers, toothbrush,
• Toilet paper, table salt, paint rag,  
• Blue painter’s masking tape,
• Kneaded eraser, HB pencil, small piece of sponge, and Masonite Board (something flat and non-      
  absorbent to tape your card to).

*If you cannot find something don’t worry I will share.

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1) Gayle Rappaport - Weiland

​• Watercolor Miskit Batik Method: Sunflowers (#2715)
• Watercolor Workshop: Reflection, Water, & Skies (#8440)
• Acrylic Seascape Abstraction (#2178)
• Watercolor Greeting Card (#8640)
MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSES:

1) Drawing for Beginners 1: Intro to Materials and Techniques (#2542)
2) Drawing for Beginners 2: Objects, Light, and Space (#2543) 
3) Drawing for Beginners 3: Composition Basics (#2544)
4) Drawing for Beginners 4: Drawing the Human Figure, Head, and Hands (#2545)

Instructor: Sheldon Carpenter

Michaels, Aaron Brothers, or Academy Art will have all the materials, or you can order them online:

• Strathmore 400 Series Drawing Pad (or similar), 12"x18"
• Derwent artists pencils (or similar), at least 3 pencils with 2H, HB, 4B hardness. As an example,        the Derwent Academy Sketching Pencils tin has 12 pencils of varying hardness and is perfectly suited for all types of drawing.
• Kneaded rubber eraser
• Pink Pearl artists eraser (or similar)
• 12" ruler (any type)
• Feel free to bring in any other monochrome drawing material you'd like to use or experiment with, such as charcoal or conté crayons.


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2) ​Sheldon Carpenter

• Drawing for Beginners 1: Intro to Materials and Techniques (#2542)
• Drawing for Beginners 2: Objects, Light, and Space (#2543) 
• Drawing for Beginners 3: Composition Basics (#2544)
• Drawing for Beginners 4: Drawing the Human Figure, Head, and Hands (#2545)
MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Jewelry Making for Beginners (#2714)

Instructor: Andrea Martin
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*Tools
• wire cutters
• round nose pliers
• 2 chain nose pliers (any jewelry pliers labeled "chain nose", "flat nose" or "bent nose" will work. If they say "needle nose" make sure they are jewelry pliers that are smooth on the inside and not rough/serrated like the needle nose pliers you would find at the hardware store.)
• crimping pliers (aka crimper tool)

*Most craft stores carry an inexpensive starter kit that contains everything except the crimping tool. They are not as high of quality as brands like Beadalon or BeadSmith, but they will get you by for most simple/beginner projects. If you are taking the class with a friend, you can share a set of tools between two people.

**Supplies
• Bead stringing wire (7 or 19 strand) 
• At least one full package/strand of beads 3mm-8mm in size (glass, stone or metal beads are all acceptable - no pearls or large hole beads) 
• 1 clasp for bracelet (toggle or lobster claw)
• 2 earring hooks
• 4 open jump rings
• 2 closed jump rings
• 4 crimp tubes, size #2
• 4 headpins

**Note supplies will also be available for purchase at class.


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3) Andrea Martin

​• Jewelry Making for Beginners (#2714)
MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Junk Journal Play (#2713)

Instructor: Kerry Dahlin
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Each student will receive a "kit" with the following supplies:
• class hand-out 
• basic instructions 
• journaling prompts, quotes, inspiration all papers for journal (cover and pages) waxed linen for binding

I will bring these supplies for use in class:
• burnishers/bone-folders 
• book-binding tools:- awls 
• waxed linen (thread) needles 
• extra scissors, rulers, etc 
• collage material 
• washi tape 
• gesso

Students Need to Bring: 
• scissors 
• glue stick 
• ruler 
• burnisher/bone-folder, if they have one 
• pencil 
• OPTIONAL….any fun, favorite papers to use in their books


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4) Kerry Dahlin

​• Junk Journal Play (#2713)
​• Write On! (#2236)
​• Play with a Purpose - Art Journal (#2170)
Material Lists
Students must supply materials listed on confirmation and website. Class offerings found on our website www.sierracommunityed.org

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MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Write On! (#2236)

Instructor: Kerry Dahlin

• Scissors
• UHU glue stick
• 3m double sided tape
• Pencil
• White eraser
• Black sharpie pen.


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MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Play with a Purpose - Art Journal (#2170)

Instructor: Kerry Dahlin

• A mixed media paper spiral pad
• UHU glue-sticks
• Scissors
• Small paint brush
• Sharpie pen


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2170.pdf
MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Rainbow Lettering (#2712)

Instructor: Phawnda Moore

Students Need to Bring:

• 5x7" to 9x12" watercolor paper
• cold press
• pad of graph paper
• 4 sq. to inch
• HB pencil
• Eraser
• T-square or ruler.


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​5) Phawnda Moore

​• Rainbow Lettering (#2712)
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MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Learn to Sew (#6564)

Instructor: Naima Pagano

Students Need to Bring:

• 1 yard of cotton
• Color of your choice (or 1/2 yard of one color and another 1/2 yard of another color for a bi-color pillow    case) 
• Matching thread



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6) Naima Pagano

• Learn to Sew (#6564)
• Clothing Construction 2: High Waisted Skirt (#6570) 
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MATERIAL LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS:

1) Clothing Construction 2: High Waisted Skirt (#6570) 

Instructor: Naima Pagano

PATTERN: A shared pattern is available for the class, here is a link to purchase your own if you wish.

FABRIC: To know how much yardage to get, look at the back of the pattern envelope or the picture on the website. We will be making the skirt D and C. Pay attention to the width of your fabric (42” 45” 54” or 60”) as it will impact how much length to purchase. Woven, medium weight fabrics such as cotton. Inform the store that it is for garment making (different from quilt). Stay away from rayon, satin/silks, or any fabrics with prints. It is strongly recommended to wash your fabric before cutting out your pattern. Woven fabrics often shrink in length on the first wash.

ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES: 
• Matching thread (One regular size spool (100m) is enough)
• ½” yard of fusible interfacing
• 7” INVISIBLE zipper
• Fabric scissors
• Ball pins

SUGGESTED: pin cushion, clippers, chalk, & seam ripper.


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