Most of these materials are available at Jerry's in Lawrenceville, Dick Blick, Michael's, and A.C. Moore.
Portable easel: There are lots of options for easels, from a traditional French box easel to a lightweight pochade or painting box. Instructor recommends a painting box and a tripod.
Large tube ofTitanium White (I prefer Grumbacher Pre-Tested Soft Titanium White)
Small tube of the following colors (I prefer Gamblin): Cadmium Lemon, Cadmium Yellow Medium, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Red Medium, Quinacridone Red, Ultramarine Blue
Small tube of Winsor Newton Blue/Green Shade
Hogs Hair Brushes (I prefer Signet Robert Simmons): Flat Sizes 4, 5 and 6, Filbert Size 1
odorless thinner/spirits (Turpenoid, Mona Lisa Odorless Thinner or similar) - please avoid turpentine!
linseed oil 74 ml /2.5 oz.
1 or 2 small panels (I prefer Centurion): Size 8x10, 9x12 or 11x14
12" x 16" disposable palette pad OR a roll of freezer paper (much cheaper!).
Optional: a sealable palette box is a transportable storage solution.
Masterson makes a dedicated product, but a large, flat Tupperware container will suffice.
disposable gloves (recommended)
1 small container for linseed oil (baby food jars work well)
Paper towel roll or rags
Viewfinder (You will need a viewfinder that adjusts to the size of your panel. ViewCatcher is a good choice.
Small sketchbook, kneaded eraser, and a soft pencil (4B is good)