Botanical Painting with Christine Neill

$40/$35 mbrs. (discounted price will display for members upon login)

Sponsored by Milan Event Floral & Decor

Learn the history of botanical art, then create your own work. Friday evening lecture is free and open to the public.

*Sunday session will meet at the Key West Garden Club, West Martello, 1100 Atlantic Blvd.


TSKW January 7, 2018



Watercolor Material List

The list of materials is meant as a guide to consult. It is not a requirement to have all the colors or items listed. Review your supplies and make certain you have a selection of: Paints, at least one of each hue; a range of brushes; good quality watercolor paper;

the necessary accessories.



Red: Cadmium Light and Medium, Alizarin Crimson,

Yellow: Cadmium Pale and Medium, Yellow Ochre, French Ochre, New Gamboge

Blue: Ultramarine, Cobalt, Cerulean, Pthalo, Pthalo Turquoise, Indigo

Green: Hookers, Sap, Chromium Oxide, Pthalo, Prussian Green

Violet: Ultramarine, Cobalt, Mars Violet

Orange: Cadmium

Browns: Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna

Grays: Paynes, Davies, Neutral Tint

White: Titanium (gouache)

Black: Mars, Ivory, Lamp


Brushes: Sable, Sabeline or “Combo” of natural and nylon fibers

Flats: ½”, 1” and large mop

2 Rounds: range from #8-12


Papers: Arches or Fabriano suggested, unless you have another favorite brand

2 sheets 140 lb. Watercolor Paper, 15” x 22” (or 1 sheet 22” 30” to divide)

Drawing Notebook or sheets of drawing paper for studies



White Plastic Palette such as John Pike Palette

Watercolor Board

White Tape

Stadler Mars Plastic Eraser for Pencil

Assorted Drawing Pencils

Natural Sponges

Water Jars

Paper Towels


Natural Objects: any natural images or botanicals you would like to paint

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