(free) Jamee Linton Kelly-Understanding Contemporary Oil Painting Materials, June 29, 2019. This Class is Full!
This Class is Full!
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Understanding Contemporary Oil Painting Materials
Presenter: Gamblin Product Specialist Jamee Linton-Kelly
Saturday, June 29, 2019
Free to the Public, Registration Required
Since our founding, Gamblin Artists Colors has handcrafted luscious oil colors and contemporary
mediums true to the working properties of traditional materials, yet safer and more permanent.
Gamblin’s dedication to today’s oil painters extends beyond offering the finest possible materials – we
believe in sharing our knowledge so painters can choose those materials that best support their own
Understanding Contemporary Oil Painting Materials, a 90 minute Lecture Demonstration will cover
Ÿ Color Mixing – Navigating Color Space: Gamblin’s practical approach to color mixing
Ÿ Artist’s Oil Colors – Gamblin’s approach to color making
Ÿ Mineral vs Modern Pigments – How to create a personalized palette of colors
Ÿ Indirect vs Direct Techniques – Historical application of opaque and transparent colors
Ÿ FastMatte Alkyd Oil Colors – Benefits and uses of fast-drying, matte oil colors
Ÿ Painting Mediums –
Ÿ Building Permanent Paintings – Understanding Fat Over Lean
Ÿ Supports, Sizing and Grounds – How they affect color and permanence
Ÿ Gamvar Picture Varnish – Understanding contemporary varnishes and controlling surface quality
Ÿ Studio Safety – Create without compromise in a safe studio
All attendees will receive FREE Gamblin Product & Literature Samples
Out of stock
About the Presenter
Jamee Linton-Kelly is a professional artist with expertise in painting, drawing, mixed media, and sculpture. She received her BFA in Illustration and MFA in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Jamee has extensive knowledge of various art supplies having worked in the art supply industry, and as the Product Specialist for Gamblin Artists Colors. Jamee’s work has been exhibited in the United States and Europe and featured in numerous publications. Jamee was also nominated for the 2011 Contemporary Northwest Art Award through the Portland Oregon Art Museum. See more of Jamee’s work at JameeLinton.com