BASIC SUPPLY LIST for Wanda Honeycutt Workshop
“Vibrant Abstracts on Yupo Paper”
YUPO paper: at least 1 sheet—11”x14”
Heavy or medium weight WHITE...not clear or translucent
Have fresh, moist paint available, either in your palette or tubes.Any brand is fine.
*2-3 warm colors
*2-3 cool colors
* paint to mix darks/blacks such as Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Sienna; or Phthalo Blue, Phthalo Green and Permanent Alizarin
* Titanium White Gouache...IF you have it, not necessary to buy
Any of your favorite watercolor or acrylic brushes
Good to have 1 1/2” to 2” flat brush available
FOAM TOOLS: (see examples in photo)
***you need a minimum of:
-one dabber/make-up sponge, or pouncer
-one small 2”- 3” foam roller as used for art or home painting
Any size that can fit a 2”-3” roller
STENCILS and TEMPLATES:
One or more plastic stencil that shows shapes, not objects.
In the workshop, you will be shown how to make your own simple stencil. If interested, have a utility blade and glossy 4x6 or
5x7 photo paper ready.
SUPPORT for PAPER:
Many work well, such as Gatorboard, Plexiglass...
2 large water containers
Painters or Artists tape, 1/2” -1” wide
Spray bottle for water
Pair of disposable gloves
Marking tools—spatulas, cork, texture combs, etc.
Cellulose Sponges, cut into small pieces, 1” x 2”
2” cardboard square, and or credit card
Jill Ridder Color Harmony Wheel...not required, but the best wheel Wanda has used
Mr. Clean sponge
1/4” Angle Shader brush, like Princeton Series #3950
Fluid Acrylic paint for fine line work
** suggested- bright gold, white, black, or iridescent colors Fine line dispenser bottles, like Deco Art writer bottles Rubber OR homemade stamps
Watercolor pencils—Derwent Inktense work well, any color
Black Aquarellable Stabilo pencil
Artist and Craftsman
Cheap Joes, plan on long delivery time
WANDA HONEYCUTT FAVORITE SUPPLIES EXTRA
For your reference, or if you want some new paints, here are some of my favorites:
Jill Ridder Color Harmony Wheel not required, but the best color wheel I have ever used!
Diarylide yellow ( by QOR)
Red Hot Mama (American Journey, Cheap Joes brand) OR Pyrrol Scarlet is very similar (Daniel
Cobalt Turquoise (Da Vinci) or Cobalt Teal Blue (Daniel Smith)
Helio turquoise by Horadam Aquarell/Schmincke or Peacock Blue by Holbein
Ultramarine Turquoise (Daniel Smith.)
Quinacridone Purple (Daniel Smith.)
Ultramarine Blue ( Daniel Smith or American Journey)
Burnt Siena (Daniel Smith)
Phthalo Yello Green (Daniel Smith)
Transparent Orange: (Horadam Aquarell, Schmincke)
Hanza Yellow Light by( Daniel Smith) , or Da Vinci yellow
Cobalt Blue (Daniel Smith or American Journey)
I don’t tend to paint with pinks or cool reds but when I do:
Here are a few that are not fugitive (fugitive means the paint is not light fast and can fade.)
Rhodonite Genuine (Daniel Smith)
Quinacridone Magenta (Daniel Smith)
Permanent alizarin crimson (Daniel Smith)
1 1/2” Flat Wash Princeton Heritage series 4050FW
1/4” Angle Shader Princeton Mixed Media series 3950
***STENCILS and TEMPLATES
Have at least one.
Any plastic stencil you have is fine.
If you search for Artists Templates or Artists Stencils, or Architectural templates and French
Curve, you will find some interesting ones on Amazon.
It’s best to choose some that are just shapes rather than a recognizable object.
Some that I like are:
Crafters Workshop tcw-357 Template, 12 by 12
Crafters Workshop TCW6x6-248 Mini Cubist.
Deco Art, Skinner Mixed Media Snake’s Web Stencil
Wanda Honeycutt Foam Tools Photo