Oil Painting Basics
This is the workshop I wanted when I started painting in oil!
Get a confident start with oil painting! Learn about the materials, how to set up your painting area for the most satisfying results, and paint two small paintings.
- 8 hours of recorded lessons
- Printable resources
- 6 weeks of email support from Jessie
- 12 months of access to the lesson recordings
This self paced workshop includes 8 hours of recordings from a live workshop I taught to a small group – so you’ll benefit from the student’s questions as well as my materials. And if you have other questions, you’ll have 6 weeks of email support!
- Materials: What do you really need (besides the absolute essentials).
- Getting a map-in onto canvas.
- Brush Care.
- Map-in (the beginning of a painting) paint-along.
- Studio safety.
- How and when to thin paint.
- More on getting started.
- Landscape painting paint-along.
- Color mixing.
- How and when to use painting mediums and varnish.
- Still life painting paint-along.
Suggested Supply List – You don’t need to shop before the first workshop zoom, if you want to wait and find out about supplies first.
“I am amazed at how organized you are, and admire your ability to break things down into baby steps that are easy understand—you are an awesome teacher!” – Candy
“I can’t tell you how excited I am to find you and finally make a decision to paint again. I have been in my oil paint four days in a row. Saturday was so fun. I loved painting with a limited palette. That was an eye opener. […] I do believe with some guidance I can achieve what my mind envisions. Sincerely, ” – Anne Marie
“I really love the classes. You’re a great teacher and you make it fun!” – Hattie
“Really enjoying your class. Thanks for doing it!” – Elaine
“I so enjoyed your class, Jessie! Always nice to think of art in different ways or to be reminded of things we had forgotten.” -Barbara
Hi Jessie, I really enjoyed your class, and the way you present things. Thanks for a thoughtful and engaging class, and a deep dive into color schemes! – Elizabeth Franklin