THE BEAUTY OF SKYSCAPES
INSTRUCTOR LINDA GLOVER GOOCH
3 Day Workshop, September 11 - 13, 2023
Join renowned Skyscape Artist Linda Glover Gooch for a 3 day workshop featuring the Beauty of Skyscapes. The workshop will feature special attention to values, edges, & composition that will help bring your Skyscape to life. This workshop will include instructor demos and visual teaching boards.
Includes lunch each day
Register online now or call 830-896-2553
Instructor Linda Glover Gooch
REQUIRED MATERIAL LIST
Yellow Ochre Pale (Winsor & Newton)
Cadmium Yellow Med. (Gamblin)
Cadmium Orange (can be mixed)
Cadmium Red Light (Grumbacher) *** this brand of red makes a difference to obtain Linda’s grays or “Air Color.”
Transparent Oxide Red (Rembrandt)
Ultramarine Deep (Rembrandt) (Blue)
Cobalt Blue Pale (Holbein) – or use your brand.
Sevres Blue (Williamsburg)
Thalo Yellow Green (Grumbacher)
*Above are Suggested brands that I use, not mandatory. The Grumbacher Cadmium Red Light does make a difference if you want to mix the grays that Linda uses. You may use whatever brand of Cobalt Blue you have, also if you have Cerulean Blue it can be substituted for Sevres Blue.
Various sizes bristle, flats, rounds or filberts. Linda’s brushes are listed below.
Rosemary & Co Ultimate long flat or filbert bristles.
Rosemary & Co Angular Ser 275 3/8”
Rosemary & Co. Fan Series 105 #6 ** You will need a soft fan brush… bristle will not work.
Rosemary brushes can be purchased through Wind River Arts at 972-342-4947 ask for the “Linda Glover Gooch” set. Other options: Silver Grand Prix Flat bristles, various sizes. Hamburg Premier has some great soft brushes as well. Various sizes. They also have a great soft fan brush.
Odorless thinner I use Winsor & Newton Gamsol.
Viva paper towels.
Several small canvas panels 8x10 or 9x12. Nothing bigger 11 x 14.
Vine Charcoal *not mandatory.
Photos will be supplied by instructors, Students our encouraged to bring their favorites photos.
Masking tape or clip to attached photo on easel.
Portable easel if you prefer to use your own.