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A Musical Abstraction


• Music on CD.
• Sketch book; butchers’ paper; 2B and 6B pencils.
• Good quality canvas – hand framed.
• 4cm flat brush.
• Pigmented light gesso base.
• White charcoal.
• Reeves Acrylic paint: Paynes Grey; Violet; Cerulean Blue; Burnt Sienna; Burnt Umber; Terracotta; Yellow Ochre; Cadmium Yellow; White.
• Water.
• Old cotton sheeting.
• Paper towelling.
• Masking fluid and masking tape.
• Brushes – Numbers 00, 3, 4, 7, 8, 12 (or whatever comes to hand).
• Hair dryer.

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