Jill’s Recommended Supplies
- One 5 x 7 or smaller sized piece for painting, either loosely taped down or in a sketchbook (cotton is recommended) and some extra pages or a watercolor sketchbook for practice exercises.
- Pencil and eraser
- Paper towel or cloth
- Cup for water
- Tape and Board if using loose paper (we will be tilting our paper)
- Palette Knife, blade, or fingernail to scratch out lines
- Heat dryer (may be used if layers aren’t drying fast enough)
What to expect
Art Toolkit workshops are live events that take place on Zoom. During the workshop, you will have a chance to ask the instructor questions. After the workshop, we’ll provide you with a link to a recording to review on your own time (viewable for at least six months).
We’ll be in touch a week before the workshop with instructions for connecting and additional information. Please remember to adjust for your time zone. Tickets are non-refundable, but we may be able to transfer your ticket to another student if there is a waitlist.
We present our workshops with automated captions. If you wish to request additional accommodations, please let us know in advance.
Jill Gustavis is a 36-year-old artist that works in graphite, ink, oils, acrylic, and watercolor, with her main focus being in watercolor since 2016.
Originally from Pittsfield, Jill now resides in Hancock, MA. She works full-time as an Art Director in Pittsfield, enjoying art in her free time. Jill also enjoys relaxing with her two cats, Jax and Franklin, gardening, cooking, and enjoying the outdoors with her husband, gathering fresh inspiration from the world around her.
Learn more about Jill and her work on her website.