Rice paper - Hosho or Shuji Gami Kozo paper roll or sketch pad. Washi or Unyuri white papers with and without fibres/texture purchase at your local art supply or craft store in the Chinese brush painting section.
Variety of found papers - sheet music, maps, hand written notes, old book pages, dry waxed deli paper in variety of thicknesses and textures.
Decorative papers - papers you purchase at local art/craft store (not scrapbook paper) wiwth fibre, embossing, metallic patterning, iridescent patterning. Purchase in white or natural if possible, this allows for the most colour options when painting.
NO magazines or shiny coated printed papers
Gel press monoprinting printing plate 8"x10" size with hard rubber brayer (can purchase from Mrs Red at workshop)
Paint brushes - variety of sizes, for under-painting and applying glue.
Palette (if you don't want to use disposable one).
Sketchbook for drawing your thumbnail compositional sketches
Bunch of flowers to use as your reference (more info will be given about this)
Wood panels - cradled wood painting panels. This is a more expensive option than canvas panel and does require a coat of gesso primer/sealer but cradled panels do not require framing.
Plastic zip lock bags - for organising papers by colour to take home
Mixed Media Tools - stencils, string, wool, scraping tools, cotton tips, makeup sponges etc for use on the gel plate. Anything fun that you may have around or in your home that you'd like to experiment with.
More information will be shared in Facebook group page or via email.