Doug Oliver – Landscape Design – 2016

Doug Oliver studio acrylic paint list and related materials –

Acrylic Paint, please match the pigment numbers if using a comparable brand other than Liquitex and Golden heavy body acrylics:

Cadmium Red Deep (PR108)
Cadmium Red Light (PR108)
Red Oxide (PR101)
Cadmium Yellow Light (PY35)
Cadmium Yellow Medium (PY35)
Yellow Oxide (PY42)
Ultramarine Blue (PB29)
Cerulean Blue (PB36:1)
Hookers Green (PR 122 / PY 150 / PB 60)
Green Permanent Light (PY3/PG7)
Dioxazine Purple (PV23)
Burnt Sienna (PBr7)
Unbleached Titanium or Titan Buff (PW6:1)
Titanium White (PW6)
Quinacridone Burnt Orange (PR206)

Less used “backups” or specialty colors:

Liquitex’s Ivory Black (Pbk9) or Golden’s Bone Black (Pbk9)
Violet Oxide (PR101)
Brilliant Blue (PB15:3, PG7 & PW6)
Raw Sienna (PY43)
Mars Yellow (Pbr6)
Van Dyke Brown (Pr101, Pbk7)

Final Varnish:
Gloss Medium (diluted 1 part water to 4 parts medium)
Polymer Varnish Satin (same dilution)

University Flat or comparable white nylon, long handled acrylic brush
Instructor uses –
Winsor & Newton Series 236
Sizes: # 4, 6, 8,10,12

White Sable Script Liners (Robert Simmons 750)
Sizes: #1, 4

Fan Brushes
Grumbacher #1, 2

Palette and Painting Knives
1 3/16” x3 3/8” long arrowhead shape
5/8” x 2 7/8” Teardrop mixing knife (plastic OK)

Paper palette
Acrylic Paper Palette 12×16 or larger

Important Misc.
Stretched cotton or linen canvas, and/or gessoed masonite panels, size is determined by your project decision
plastic spray water bottle
lg. water container
Household #2 pencil or HB Artist’s Graphite Pencil
Rolls of paper towels & trash container
a very large, sturdy, expensive easel
“daylight” floods/ track or adequate lighting
and a sound system to inspire!

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