Various colors and brands used:
Lead Tin Yellow
Cad Yellow Medium
Transparent Oxide Brown (love!)
Cad Yellow Light
Red Cad Med
Winsor and Newton
Yellow Ochre Pale
Burnt Siena (love!)
Transparent Oxide Red
Transparent Yellow Green
Brushes & Tools
Various brushes & tools used to give the ultimate texture, line weights and interests.
Mark Making Tools
Woodies, Graphite, Pastels
Solvent, Cooking Oil and Lots of Paper Towels
Viva and Blue Shop paper towels
Tip: I use two large cleaning jars, one is for solvent, the other cooking oil. Yep, cooking oil removes oil paint from your brushes! I also use plenty of paper towels to insure that my brushes are thoroughly clean throughout the painting process.
I love muddy colors, but only when I call for them!
Gamvar by Gamblin
Archival Oils Lean Medium
Tip: When I'm done painting for the day, I put my palette in the freezer to extend the life of the oil paints. They last for months!
Various unstretch and stretch canvases (cotton and linen)
Plein Air Pro Gear: (when traveling)