Supply Lists

See below for a list of classes that require supplies.

All Ceramics Classes: Supplies are available for purchase in class.
All Jewelry Making classes: Supplies will be discussed on the first day of class.

Digital Photography Editing

Danny Schweers

  • computer with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop already installed
  • digital photographs to work from

Beaded Viking Knit

Kathryn Robbins

Students should bring a selection of focal beads that will fill two and a half inches of wire. The beads need to have a hole that is larger than a sixteenth of an inch in diameter in order to accommodate a 20 gauge wire.  They should also bring matching seed beads.  The Museum will provide the copper wire and a selection of clasps to choose from.

Found Object Jewelry

Caryn Hetherston

Students should bring lots of found objects so they have a selection that will work with the techniques they will be learning. Sterling silver sheet 20 gauge and wire ranging from 16 to 22 gauge, fine silver bezel wire, 26 gauge by ¼ inch by 12 inches.  Also, any hand tools that they would like to use.

Watercolor on Textured Paper

Cynthia Swanson

Supply list coming soon.

Clay Mold Making

Heather Ossandon

 Supply list coming soon.

From Drawing to Painting

Roe Murray

Students who have taken the class and moved on to color can bring the materials they have been working with.

For Beginners:

  • Mi Tientes, Canson, pastel paper: 2 full sheets of a medium tone color, darker than white or beige (grey is a good choice)
  • charcoal pencil
  • large kneaded eraser
  • tortillion or paper blender
  • white conte crayon
  • two drawing pencils: 3B and 6B


Amanda Kamen

  • watercolor paper
  • watercolors set (A list of specific colors is available upon request)
  • watercolor brushes
  • small plastic containers for water
  • pencil, eraser, old sketchbook
  • liquid masking fluid
  • items that might be used in the second class: old toothbrush, salts, 2 ft. of plastic wrap, white candle, palette knife, artist’s tape, paper towel, tissue, q-tips, color wheel

Landscape Painting

Frank DePietro

Additional supplies will be discussed the first day of class

  • #2 Filbert bristle brush (recommended: Silver Brush ltd, Grand Prix, or Windsor and Newton)
  • #4 Filbert bristle brush (recommended: Silver Brush ltd, Grand Prix, or Windsor and Newton)
  • Palette knife
  • 12”x16” disposible palette
  • Roll of Viva paper towels
  • 11”x14” pre-stretched canvas or canvas board
  • Jar for odorless mineral spirits
  • Paint recommendations: Titanium white, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Sap Green, 37ml   Cadmium Red Hue, Cadmium Yellow Pale hue, Cerulean Blue Hue, French Ultramarine Blue, Permanent Green Light, Viridian Green Hue, Alizarin Crimson, Paynes gray

Drawing and Painting

Eo Omwake

Students who have taken the class can bring the materials they have been working with.

If students choose to paint, supplies will be discussed on the first day of class. For the first day of class (for both classes) bring:

  • Stick charcoal
  • 18 x 24 drawing pad
  • Erasers (both kneaded and rubber)
  • ½” thick charcoal
  • Compressed charcoal

Continuing Watercolors

Cynthia Swanson

  • a watercolor set of student’s choice
  • brushes
  • water basin
  • 12” x 16” block of ARCHES watercolor, cold press
  • Viva paper towels


Amanda Kamen

For Beginner Students:

  • 18 x 24 Drawing paper tablet
  • sketchbook
  • sketching set (includes soft vine charcoal, compressed charcoal, conte, graphite pencils, white plastic eraser, kneaded eraser, pencil sharpener)
  • chamois cloth or cotton rag
    workable spray fixative (optional)

For Intermediate Students:

  • Any preferred drawing media (i.e. graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, etc.)

Portrait Painting

Julia Clift

-Surfaces: 1 canvas, canvas board, or sheet of canvas paper.  Must be primed in advance. You may also work on a primed panel, if you prefer.

Brushes: Make sure you are selecting brushes that are labeled “for oils and acrylics.” (Stay away from watercolor brushes!)  There are lots of brands of brushes–you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg, but I would stay away from the cheapest line available.  Whatever brand you choose, pick at least one small, medium, and large size in flat and round (6 total).

-Palette Knife: Metal palette knife with a diamond or tear-drop shaped tip. Get the kind that has a bend in it—not the kind that looks like a butter knife.

Palette: Hard wooden or plastic palette with a completely flat surface (no cups!). You can use a sheet of plexiglass or glass (from an old picture frame, for example), just make sure you clean it and wrap any sharp edges in tape before bringing it to class.

Paints: For beginners, I recommend Winton brand. Gamblin, Old Holland, and Winsor Newton are good quality brands but a little pricier.

  • titanium white
  • burnt umber
  • raw umber
  • burnt sienna
  • raw sienna
  • yellow ochre or mars yellow
  • cadmium yellow
  • naples yellow
  • cadmium red-medium or light, or both
  • ultramarine blue
  • sap green

-Chemicals, etc.

  • 3 glass jars with lids
  • Refined linseed oil
  • Turpenoid or other odorless turpentine substitute
  • Damar varnish

-Cloth Rags: Please bring cloth rags as opposed to paper towels. They are much less wasteful.