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541.773.1444        101 N. Central Ave. Medford, Oregon 97501
MON-FRI: 10-6 | SAT: 10-5 | SUN: Closed

BLACK AND WHITE OIL PAINTING 3-Week Course with Belinda Moffit

"Black and White Oil Painting" 3-Week Class

When: Saturdays, February 17, 24, and March 2, 2024
Time: 1pm-5pm
Location: Central Art Classroom

Fee: $150 per 3-week session

Max. Capacity: 10 students

*Registration required.

1. Students will learn about:

    a. Canvas prepping
    b. Preparing a reference photo
    c. Transferring an image to canvas

2. Students will practice:

    a. Making a DIY palette
    b. Mixing the grayscale
    c. The order of painting (light lights, dark darks, medium hues, details)
    d. Adding a background

3. At the end of the course students will have completed an 8x10 black and white oil painting.

*Each session will have a short instruction time, a demonstration, and practice time with help from the instructor.


Canvas is included with the class, but additionally you will need to bring:

- Stainless steel brush washer or regular mason jar

- Cookie tin (from the dollar or thrift store)

- 11x14 glass sheet from picture frame (dollar or thrift store)

- Gamsol 4.2 oz

- Titanium White M. Graham oil paint 1.25 oz

- Ivory Black M. Graham oil paint 1.25 oz

- Long, flexible palette knife

- One roll blue Scott shop towels

- Brushes (synthetic for oil - Princeton Select, Princeton Snap! etc.):
   Flat #2, Flat #4, Round #0, Chisel Blender #2, Filbert #2
Skill Details:
Students must have basic drawing skills.
Materials Included:
Instructor Name:
Belinda Moffit
Instructor Bio:
Belinda is a portrait painter with a passion to capture the essence of each person she paints. She is a self-taught artist primarily using classical techniques learned in the Philippines. Pulling from her own art journey, Belinda will teach both classic painting techniques as well as some of the tricks she's learned along the way.

BLACK AND WHITE OIL PAINTING 3-Week Course with Belinda Moffit

$ 150.00
3 Sessions