Howard Friedland Materials List
Note: You probably have most of this stuff already, but just in case!!!
You will want a sturdy but lite-weight rolling bag or suitcase to transport your gear to the locations!!
You will need a support for your canvas panel, such as a …
Portable Easel or a Pochade box with a palette included mounted on a lightweight tri-pod.
There are several good Pochade boxes on the market. We use:
Open Box M www.openboxm.com
Alla Prima Pochade www.allaprimapochade.com
If you already have a different lightweight system that is sturdy, that will be fine.
Titanium White - 150 ml tube
All the rest - 37 ml tubes
Cadmium Lemon Yellow or Cadmium Chartreuse (Gamblin)
Cadmium Yellow deep
Cadmium Red medium
Ultramarine Blue deep*
Cobalt Blue light*
Van Dyke Brown
* If you can find it, if not, get what you can find.
Brushes and Palette Knife
Flat – bristle brushes (get a few new ones, no worn out or stiff ones please)
(I like Robert Simmons Signet but any good brand will do)
1- #2 Signet
2- #4 Signet
1- #6 Signet
Any other brushes you prefer
Medium size pointed trowel shaped palette knife
Odorless thinner If you are flying in thinner will be provided for $10 for the week.
Panels and Panel Carriers
Sizes: 6x8, 8x10, 9x12, 10x12 Any brand of light-weight panel (also at raymar.com)
You may bring whatever you generally use to carry your wet canvas (these are only suggestions)
Cardboard View Finder (commercially made, or you can make your own)
Sketch Book and Pencil for value studies
Black Marker and Grey Markers (wide tip 20%, 50%, 80% - cool grey)
I-Pad or camera (if you have one)
Pad and pen or pencil for taking notes
Sunblock and a wide brimmed hat
8-10 grocery bags for trash