Drawing at The Met

Instructor: Bartek Walicki

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Materials:
one 3B, one 6B pencil
one peel charcoal pencil HB
woodless color pencils: white, yellow, orange, red, green, blue, violet
white vinyl eraser
one B conte crayon
16 x 20” pad of drawing paper, 90lbs.
2 sheets of grey-blue paper
2 sheets of light brown paper
drawing board
chamois cloth or other fabric cloth used for smudging
paper smudging sticks
optional: folding stool, 1” blue/green painter’s tape

Suggested Art Supply Stores:

New York Central Art Supply - 62 3rd Ave (212) 473-7705

Utrecht - 21 East 13th Street (212) 924-4136

Dick Blick Art Materials - 1 Bond St (212) 533-2444

DaVinci Art Supply - 132 West 21st Street (212) 871-0220

 

Some of these stores will give you a student discount if you present your Cooper Union Continuing Education registration receipt.

 

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