Opaque and transparent paint

Opaque and transparent paint
Transparent + Opaque Paint

Wax Works West. 3day workshop Sept 24,25 and 26th. www.waxworkswest.com

This three-day workshop is for those who have had some experience with encaustic painting and who are interested in layering, texture and patterns to not only enrich the surface of their work but to build the structure within the painting. Along with creating patterns and texture demonstrations there will be transparent layering, inclusions and transfers. Combining these ways of working with your own individual voice is sure to enrich your work.
Lynda regards working in the studio as an exploration of ways to deepen and enrich her vision. Her process is intuitive. Being open to experimentation and discovery allows the environment and ideas to flow easily. This approach is very contagious in the workshops. Demonstrations are held periodically followed by periods of time to experiment. Participants may incorporate these methods into their own body of work. Texture and pattern not only enrich the surface of your work but can build the structure and complexity within the painting. Layering these patterns and textures creates another degree of complexity.
All materials are included.
Prerequisite: Encaustic Basics I or equivalent skills
Price: $440

September 17 Saturday all day workshop at visarts.org. Richmond, VA

6 spots open.
September 17      10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

$100 Member Price: $85
(plus materials/studio fee)

www.visarts.org
Level: All Levels
Encaustic is a luminous medium that is made up of molten beeswax, pigment and resin. Techniques of melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of texture, and collage will be demonstrated and discussed. Encaustic is ideal for working abstractly or in a more representational style. A small wooden panel (4×5”) for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring an optional 9×12 inch board for larger work. Equipment, paint, medium, brushes and tools are supplied.

August 20 Saturday at the Workhouse, Lorton, VA

complete

All Skill Levels, Young Adults & Adults Encaustic painting is a process that produces impressive results with luminous and jewel-like surfaces and textures. Participants will learn techniques such as melting through, line and edge, transfers, texture and collage. Each person can choose to practice all of these methods or just the ones that interest them. At the end of the workshop, artists will be familiar with a range of techniques which they can use as they develop their body of work.  All paint, equipment, tools and small practice panels will be supplied.  An optional materials list will be supplied before the workshop. (Meets in W-7, 711)
Summer Quarter (1 day workshop)

Session B: Sat August 20 (11am-5pm)
Tuition: $135
Materials: $40, payable to the instructor at first class.


http://www.workhousearts.org

August 13 Photos and Encaustic at the Visual Arts Center, richmond, VA



complete

1030-4pm

Combine your photography with the translucent character of encaustic paint. Learn to incorporate your images and encaustic onto a panel as collage or by attaching the image directly onto a panel as a basis for further work. Emphasis is given to choosing the right image for this process, along with layering, and surface embellishments only possible with encaustic. All equipment and materials are provided; the instructor will reach out to students prior to the start of class for instructions regarding photos.

 804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center

Richmond, VA 




www.visarts.org

August 9 Four Tuesday eves at the Visual Arts Center, Richmond, VA

4 spots available as of 6/23



804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center

Richmond, VA 



www.visarts.org 


Encaustic is an ancient, luminous medium that is made of molten beeswax, pigment, and resin. In the same painting, it can appear smooth, shiny, or textured as well as threedimensional. This makes it ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. Explore melting and fusing, line and edge, collage and texture. For experienced students this is an opportunity to review processes, delve into an idea more deeply, or try something new. A small wooden panel for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring additional wood panels up to 9” x 12". The equipment, paint, medium, brushes, and tools will be provided. No encaustic experience necessary.

July 23 at the Workhouse, Lorton, VA

4 spots open as of 7/14/16

All Skill Levels

Encaustic painting is a process that produces impressive results with luminous and jewel-like surfaces and textures. Participants will learn techniques such as melting through, line and edge, transfers, texture and collage. Each person can choose to practice all of these methods or just the ones that interest them. At the end of the workshop, artists will be familiar with a range of techniques which they can use as they develop their body of work.  All paint, equipment, tools and small practice panels will be supplied.  An optional materials list will be supplied before the workshop. (Meets in W-7, 711)

Summer Quarter (1 day workshop)
Session A: Sat July 23 (11am-5pm)

Tuition: $135
Materials: $40, payable to the instructor at first class.


http://www.workhousearts.org

July 14 Three Thursdays 7/14. 7/21, and 7/28 1-4pm at The Arthaus, Richmond, VA

Three Thursday afternoons

  • Arthaus Visual Arts Studio
    1811 Huguenot Road #304
    Midlothian, VA 23113
  • info@arthausrichmond.com
  • Give us a call (804) 897- 4ART(4278)
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July 11 1-330pm The Cultural Center at Glen Allen, VA Four Mondays 7/11, 7/18, 7/25 and 8/15

2 spots available as of June 30

804-261-2787

http://www.artsglenallen.com/class-categories-adult/visual-art
Create dynamic works of art using melted wax as you explore encaustic painting, a process that produces impressive results with luminous and jewel-like surfaces and textures. Beginners as well as working artists are welcome! Demonstrations and experimentation allow students to learn techniques such as melting through, line and edge, transfers, and texture and collage. Students can choose to practice all of these methods or just the ones that interest them. At the end of the series, student will be familiar with a range of techniques which they can use later to develop new work. Paint, equipment, tools and small practice panels will be supplied. Students may bring wood panels up to 9"x12" if they wish to make larger, more resolved works.

Mondays, July 11-August 1
1-3:30pm
$100, plus $32 materials fee

The Visual Arts Center Six Tuesdays 6:00pm - 8:30pm, June 21 - July 26

1 spot open as of June 19

 804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center

Richmond, VA 



www.visarts.org


Encaustic is an ancient, luminous medium that is made of molten beeswax, pigment, and resin. In the same painting, it can appear smooth, shiny, or textured as well as threedimensional. This makes it ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. Explore melting and fusing, line and edge, collage and texture. For experienced students this is an opportunity to review processes, delve into an idea more deeply, or try something new. A small wooden panel for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring additional wood panels up to 9” x 12". The equipment, paint, medium, brushes, and tools will be provided. No encaustic experience necessary.

May 14 at The Workhouse, Lorton, VA

Complete

All Skill LevelsEncaustic painting is a process that produces impressive results with luminous and jewel-like surfaces and textures. Participants will learn techniques such as melting through, line and edge, transfers, texture and collage. Each person can choose to practice all of these methods or just the ones that interest them. At the end of the workshop, artists will be familiar with a range of techniques which they can use as they develop their body of work.  All paint, equipment, tools and small practice panels will be supplied.  An optional materials list will be supplied before the workshop. (Meets in W-7, 711) 


Spring Quarter (1 day workshop)
Sat May 14 (11am-5pm)
Tuition: $135
Materials: $40, payable to the instructor at first class.


contact me with any questions.  richmondencaustic@gmail.com

April 13 Encaustic Painting. The Visual Art Center, Richmond, VA 10-12:30p Six Wednesdays

Complete

 804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center

Richmond, VA 


www.visarts.org 


Encaustic is a once ancient, luminous medium that is made of molten beeswax, pigment and resin. It can be smooth, shiny and textured as well as three-dimensional all on the same painting: ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. Explore melting and fusing, line and edge, collage and texture. A small wooden panel for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring additional wood panels up to 9x12". The equipment, paint, medium, brushes and tools will be provided. No encaustic experience necessary. For experienced students this is an opportunity to review processes, delve into an idea more deeply or try something new. All materials provided.

April 12 Encaustic Painting, The Visual Arts Center, Richmond, VA 6 Tues Eves 6-830p

closed

 804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center

Richmond, VA 


www.visarts.org 


Encaustic is a once ancient, luminous medium that is made of molten beeswax, pigment and resin. It can be smooth, shiny and textured as well as three-dimensional all on the same painting: ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. Explore melting and fusing, line and edge, collage and texture. A small wooden panel for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring additional wood panels up to 9x12". The equipment, paint, medium, brushes and tools will be provided. No encaustic experience necessary. For experienced students this is an opportunity to review processes, delve into an idea more deeply or try something new. All materials provided.

Feb 27, 2016 Saturday. 11-5pm at The Workhouse, Lorton, VA all levels

 Complete.

All Skill Levels, Young Adults & AdultsEncaustic painting is a process that produces impressive results with luminous and jewel-like surfaces and textures. Participants will learn techniques such as melting through, line and edge, transfers, texture and collage. Each person can choose to practice all of these methods or just the ones that interest them. At the end of the workshop, artists will be familiar with a range of techniques which they can use as they develop their body of work.  All paint, equipment, tools and small practice panels will be supplied.  An optional materials list will be supplied before the workshop. (Meets in W-7, 711) 

Winter Quarter (1 day workshop)
Sat Feb 27 (11am-5pm)
Tuition: $135
Materials: $40, payable to the instructor at first class.

richmondencaustic@gmail.com

Feb 24- March 30, 2016 10-1230pm Wednesdays, The Visual Arts Center, Richmond, VA all levels


1 spot open as of Feb 11, 2016

 804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center
Richmond, VA 

www.visarts.org 

Encaustic is a once ancient, luminous medium that is made of molten beeswax, pigment and resin. It can be smooth, shiny and textured as well as three-dimensional all on the same painting: ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. Explore melting and fusing, line and edge, collage and texture. A small wooden panel for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring additional wood panels up to 9x12". The equipment, paint, medium, brushes and tools will be provided. No encaustic experience necessary. For experienced students this is an opportunity to review processes, delve into an idea more deeply or try something new. All materials provided.


richmondencaustic@gmail.com

Feb 23- March 29, 2016 ays Tues The Visual Arts Center, Richmond, VA Encaustic painting all levels 6-830pm

SOLD OUT

 804.353.0094

The Visual Arts Center
Richmond, VA 

www.visarts.org

Encaustic is a once ancient, luminous medium that is made of molten beeswax, pigment and resin. It can be smooth, shiny and textured as well as three-dimensional all on the same painting: ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. Explore melting and fusing, line and edge, collage and texture. A small wooden panel for each of the techniques demonstrated will be provided. Bring additional wood panels up to 9x12". The equipment, paint, medium, brushes and tools will be provided. No encaustic experience necessary. For experienced students this is an opportunity to review processes, delve into an idea more deeply or try something new. All materials provided.


richmondencaustic@gmail.com