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Edmonds, WA

(206) 579 3211

Fine art paintings by Andy Eccleshall.  Paintings inspired by the drama in nature and contrasts in light and form.  Oil and acrylic paintings and murals of landscapes, clouds, atmospheres, and more.

"Dramatic Skies with Landscapes" - in acrylic or oil

Workshops

I teach the occasional workshop on my representational style in oil and acrylic -- how to capture the magnitude of atmosphere, the luminosity of light filled clouds, or the calm tranquility of still waters.  If you are interested in having me teach at your workshop or gallery space, please contact me.

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"Dramatic Skies with Landscapes" - in acrylic or oil


  • Cole Art Studio 107 5th Ave S Edmonds, WA, 98020 United States (map)

Supply List:

Reference (if desired, reference will be supplied if you have none)

Acrylic or Oil paint: 

Titanium White

Prussian blue

Cobalt Blue

Cerulean Blue

Payne’s Grey

Burnt umber

Raw umber

Medium Cad Yellow

Cad Red

Any other colors you may have

If you are using oil paints, bring a drying medium

Brushes:

Good quality synthetic brushes in "double sizes". (This means they usually have long handles and the sizes are generally twice as big as short handled brushes, like the type used in watercolor.)

Two medium Flat or Bright brushes, like #6 (these would be from 1/2 - 1" flats or brights). ARTspot has Princeton 6100 #6 Flat $10.75.

Two Large Flat brushes or Filbert brushes for blending the background (about 1 1/2 - 2" or so).  ARTspot has Simply Simmons XL #50 Soft Synthetic $16.99.  An amazing big brush for an even more amazing price!! 

Several small round brushes, #4 -#0 (the # 4 is about 1/4" wide).  ARTspot has Princeton 6100 Synthetic Round #2 & #4 and also Princeton “Snap” $5.99.

Plus any other brushes you might have. 

Other:

Water pot

Two 18x24-inch or larger canvases. ARTspot has both the 3/4" and 1 1/2" deep profile canvases.

Extra canvas for 4th day (optional)

For oil painters: Odorless mineral spirits, and drying medium, Galkyd Light 

Palette to mix paints on (could be a paper palette pad, a traditional palette or whatever you prefer)

Notebook and pens for note-taking 

Rags or paper towel (I like the blue shop towels!) 

A table easel or whatever you have

Bag for trash

Something to bring your paintings home in

Earlier Event: December 6
"Birch Trees in the Snow"