USING R&F PIGMENT STICKS
WITH R&F CORE INSTRUCTOR, CARYL ST. AMA
R&F Pigment Sticks allow you to paint with oils without a brush! Learn how to use transparent and opaque colors within one piece to create your own tints, tones, and palettes.
Join Los Angeles-based R&F Core Instructor, Caryl St. Ama, in this special 2-day workshop to dive deeper into working with oil-based pigment sticks.
Students will learn about the R&F product line, information for safe handling, helpful studio practices and preparing substrates. The instructor will also demo "direct mark-making" and how to incorporate brayers, stencils, cold wax, mixed media, and more.
Artists from all backgrounds will see how this product can enhance their work or start a new direction all together.
Great for all skill levels and those new to working with oils!
Participants will learn:
Included in your workshop fee:
Access to use R&F Pigment Sticks and R&F Blending Mediums during the workshop, as well as gloves and palette papers.
Supplies: (high quality paper towels like Blue Shop Towels are recommended for students to bring from home)
2-Day Workshop Info:
about the R&F CORE instructor
Caryl St. Ama
Caryl St. Ama was born and raised in Texas on the Gulf Coast between Houston and Galveston. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Texas State University in San Marcos and her Master of Fine Arts from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. She recently retired after thirty years of teaching on the college level with twenty-seven of those years at Glendale College in Studio Arts (Oil & Watercolor painting, Life Drawing, Figure painting). She is now one of nine Core Support Instructors for R&F Handmade Paints based in Kingston, NY. She maintains an art studio in South Pasadena, California and her work is exhibited throughout the U.S. and Europe and included in numerous private collections.