Basic Collage

Instructor: Eric Hibit

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SUPPLY LIST

(1) 8 oz. jar regular gel medium - matte  (Golden brand recommended)

(1) 8 oz. jar regular gel medium - gloss  (Golden brand recommended)

(1) 8 oz. bottle Golden brand "GAC 700"

(1)  8 oz. jar Matte medium (Golden brand recommended)

(1) 4 oz. bottle Elmer's Glue

(1) 1" wide roll masking tape

(1) X-acto knife with replacement blades

(1) "self-healing" cutting board, 8" X 12"

(1) Scissors

(1) pad 14" X 17" Bristol paper (either Vellum or Smooth surface)

(1) pad 14" X 17" inch white drawing paper

(1) 1" house painting brush, or a 1" flat artist's brush, various small brushes

Basic drawing materials such as graphite pencils and erasers

Basic acrylic painting set, primary and secondary colors, black and white in 2 oz. tubes  (Golden brand recommended)

Found materials

 

Suggested Art Supply Stores:

New York Central Art Supply - 62 3rd Ave (212) 473-7705

Utrecht - 21 East 13th Street (212) 924-4136

Dick Blick Art Materials - 1 Bond St (212) 533-2444

DaVinci Art Supply - 132 West 21st Street (212) 871-0220

 

Some of these stores will give you a student discount if you present your Cooper Union Continuing Education registration receipt.

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