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Supply Lists

Below are the supply lists that are currently available for certain classes. Please click on the link to open a printable PDF of the supply list. For certain online classes, we've partnered with Art Outfitters to supply bundles that will be available for curbside pickup.

October 2020 Supply Lists

Beginning Oil Painting
Expressions in Color and Mark Making
Figure Drawing: Facial Expressions and Portraiture
Figure Drawing: Movement and Dance
Painting Like the Impressionists
Ink and Ink Wash Basics
Landscapes of the American West
Plein Air Painting with David Paul Cook
Printmaking From Home
Women Artists of the 20th Century

Online Class Supply Lists

Online Beginning Gouache

Online Beginning Watercolor Painting Online Color Theory
Online Compositions
Online Composition of the 20th Century
Online Contour Shape and Volume
Online Creating Space for the Draped Figure
Online Dramatic Drawing in Charcoal
Online Drawing with Pastels
Online Dynamic Collage
Online Exploration of Color in Oil Paint
Online Expressive Interpretations
Online Figure Drawing
Online Figure Drawing Arms, Legs and Feet
Online Figure Drawing Movement and Gesture
Online Figure Drawing: The Torso
Online Figure Focus (Ages 15-18)
Online Illustrative Sketchbook Journaling
Online Inktasktic
Online Inside Light and Shadow
Online Intro to Metalwork: Saw/File/Sand
Online Introduction to Abstract Art
Online Needle Felting Figures
Online Non-Objective Mark Making
Online Painting Landscapes in Acrylic
Online Personal Expressions in Mixed Media
Online Perspective Drawing
Online Power and Finesse of Linear Drawing
Online Still Life Drawing
Online Print Exchange
Online The Figure in Gouache

Onsite Class Supply Lists

Students in adult classes are responsible for providing their own supplies. If you own art supplies, please bring them with you to your first class. For example, for a painting class, bring any brushes you may already own. Please do not purchase new supplies prior to your first class, unless instructed to do so by the instructor, as most instructors will provide a complete Supply List during the first class. Class descriptions indicate when materials are provided. Materials for children’s classes are furnished by the AAC. When students need to provide their own materials or bring personal items from home for certain types of projects, a notation to that effect will be included in the class description and/or the instructor will notify students and/or parents during the course of the class.

Basic Relief Printmaking
Beginning Acrylics
Beginning Drawing
Beginning Figure Drawing
Beginning Jewelry
Beginning Oil Painting
Beginning Pastels
Creative Collage
Custom Textures & Keum Boo for Silver Metal Clay
Experimental Acrylics
Exploration of Watermedia
Exploring Intaglio: Drypoint
Found Object Sculpture
Fundamentals of Abstract Painting
Fundamentals of Light and Shadow
Fused Glass
Granulation Workshop
Intermediate / Advanced Handbuilding
Intermediate Oil Painting
Introduction to Fused Glass
Metal Clay
Multi-Plate Printing
Monotype Printing with Akua Inks
Printing and Stitching
Sketchbooking to Cure Creative Block
Watercolor Landscapes Paint-Along
Whimsical Wind Chimes

archived Supply Lists

Below is a list of archived supply lists from past classes and workshops. Please click on the link to open a printable PDF of the supply list.

A Brush With Burchfield: A Lunch, Learn, and Try It Event
A Weekend of Metal Clay Chains
Acrylic Portrait Painting
Alcohol Inks: Joy, Discovery and Magic
Art of Colored Pencils (The)
Art of Sequential Storytelling (The)
Ballpoint Drawing From Life
Beach Glass and Pebbles
Basic Color Theory
Beginning Gouache Painting
Beyond the Basics Acrylic
Carved Bronze Clay Bangles
Clasping the Situation
Collage Communication: Creating a Personal Narrative
Color Theory and Palette Knife Painting
Cyanotype Printing
Defying Gravity: Enameling in the Round with Exhibition Artist Harlan W. Butt
Discovering Mylar with Visiting Artist Peri Schwartz
Dramatic Figure with John Lucas (The)
Draw Anyway! Mixed Media and the Drawn Line
Drawing Workshop with Visiting Artist David Bailin
Enameling Studio
Essentials of Painting with Barry Thomas
Everyday Places with Everyday People with Visiting Artist Graham Berry
Experimental Watercolor
Flush Mount Stone Setting
Found Object Water Sculpture
From Photo to Drawing
Fundamentals of Composition
Gesture Drawing
Happy Accidents... Collage and Image Transfer...
Happy Accidents... Doodling and Drawing... and Layering
Happy Accidents... Language and Text...and Layering
Happy Accidents... Stencils and Stamps...
Hollow Core Rings from Metal Clay
Image Transfer Techniques
In Living Color: The Power of Color Theory
Infrared Film 35mm
Inktastic! From Blot to Beautiful
Intro to Bronze
Intro to Bookbinding: Case Binding
Introduction to Printmaking
Landscape Painting with Acrylics
Layered Meaning: Creating with Discarded Papers and Ephemera
Love of Litho (The)
Make a Box Clasp
Make a Silver Clay Ring
Make A Wire Basket Setting
Mixed Media Acrylic Workshop with Marlene Gremillion
Mixed Media Printmaking
Mixed Metal Inlay
Mixed Media Mayhem: 20 Paintings in 2 Days!
Mixed Media Mayhem: Picking Up the Pieces
Multi-block Linocut Workshop
Oil Painting En Plein Air
Painting Abstraction: Abstract Expressionism
Painting & Drawing with Charcoal
Painting Inside the Lines
Painting on Alternative Surfaces
Pastel Alchemy
Pastels & Paint
Pearl Knotting
Polymer Clay: A Real Art Form
Polymer Clay: Building Canes
Polymer Clay Canes & Bowls
Printing and Stitching
Printing on Fabric
Redefine Drawing: New Approaches to Collage
Screen Printing
Sketchbooking To Cure Creative Block
Stone & Fiber
Stone Setting: Flush Setting
Trash to Treasure Workshop
Tube Setting
Unique Texture: Cuttlebone Casting
Values in Charcoal
Watercolor Off the Walls
Watercolor Portrait Painting
Watercolor with David Paul Cook
Watercolor with the Masters - O'Keeffe, Homer, Monet, and More
Watermedia Portraits
West Moves East with Watercolor
What A Relief! Carving Wood and Linoleum Relief Prints...


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