October 29, Sunday at the Workhouse, Lorton, VA

www.workhousearts.org

more information coming soon

October 26, Four Thursday Mornings 10-1230pm at Visarts, Richmond, VA

more info coming soon.
3 spots open

October 25 Encaustic Painting Four Wednesday Evenings 6-830 pm

5 spots open
register at www.visarts.org

more information coming soon.

October 21 2017 Encaustic Workshop at Glen Allen, VA

The Cultural Arts Center At Glen Allen 
www.artsglenallen.com


4 spots open as of 9/18

Meets 11:00 AM-4:00 PM 
on Sat

Create dynamic works of art using melted wax as you explore encaustic painting, a process that produces 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 and fusing, line and edge, transfers, and texture and collage. Students can choose to practice all of these methods or just the ones that interest them. Paint, equipment, 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.

Contact me with any questions at richmondencaustic@gmail.com

September 30, Encaustic Painting workshop at the Workhouse

5 spots open as of 8/11/17
www.workhousearts.org
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) 

Fall Quarter (1 day workshop)
Session A: Sat Sept 30 (11am-5pm) 


questions: contact me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com

September 16, Encaustic Painting Workshop at the Visual Arts Center

complete

www.visarts.com


Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, is an ancient painting method that combines pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear smooth, shiny, or textured as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. In this workshop, you’ll begin to explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture. Most equipment and materials are provided.

questions: contact me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com

September 14, Four Thursday Mornings 10-11:30am at The Visual Arts Center

2 spots open as of 9/3/17

Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting combining pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear luminous, smooth, shiny, or textured, as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working in both abstract or representational styles. In this class you’ll explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture. The instructor will provide 4x6 wood study panels.  Students will purchase other necessary panels no larger than 9x12". All other equipment and materials are provided.
www.visarts.org


questions: contact me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com

September 13, Four Wednesdays 6-830pm at The Visual Arts Center



www.visarts.org

2 spots open as of 9/9/17


Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting combining pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear luminous, smooth, shiny, or textured, as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working in both abstract or representational styles. In this class you’ll explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture. The instructor will provide 4x6 wood study panels.  Students will purchase other necessary panels no larger than 9x12". All other equipment and materials are provided.

questions: contact me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com

August 8 Four Tuesdays 6-830pm at The Visual Arts Center of Richmond, VA

complete

www.visarts.org

Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting combining pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear luminous, smooth, shiny, or textured, as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working in both abstract or representational styles. In this class you’ll explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture. The instructor will provide 4x6 wood study panels.  Students will purchase other necessary panels no larger than 9x12". All other equipment and materials are provided.
  • email me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com with any questions.


July 22 All day workshop at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, VA


Completed



www.visarts.org

Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, is an ancient painting method that combines pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear smooth, shiny, or textured as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. In this workshop, you’ll begin to explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture.

June 20. Six Tuesday evenings at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, VA

3 spots open as of 5/28/17

visarts.org


Encaustic Painting

Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting combining pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear luminous, smooth, shiny, or textured, as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working in both abstract or representational styles. In this class you’ll explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture. The instructor will provide 4x6 wood study panels.  Students will purchase other necessary panels no larger than 9x12". All other equipment and materials are provided.
  • email me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com with any questions.

May 20, at the Workhouse, Lorton, VA

workhousearts.org

1 spot open as of May 16

Discover the process of encaustic painting.
Sat May 20 (11am-5pm) 
Contact me with any questions at richmondencaustic@gmail.com
http://www.workhousearts.org
Encaustic painting 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 leaf impressions. 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. I work alongside of you as you discover the process of this great medium. All paint, equipment, tools and small practice panels will be supplied.
Tuition: $135
Materials: $40, payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

May 13 at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond

 complete

www.visarts.org

Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, is an ancient painting method that combines pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear smooth, shiny, or textured as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working abstractly or in a representational style. In this workshop, you’ll begin to explore melting and fusing the wax, making clean lines and edges, and methods of collage and texture.

April 22, Encaustic Painting at the Workhouse, Lorton, VA

5 spots open as of 040317

www.workhousearts.org

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 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) 

contact me with any questions: richmondencaustic@gmail.com

April 19 Encaustic Painting for Eight Wednesday Mornings at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond

Encaustic painting is an ancient painting method that combines pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear luminous, smooth, shiny, or textured, as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working in both abstract or representational styles. In this class you’ll explore melting and fusing the wax,  line and edge, and methods of working with paper and texture.

contact me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com  with any questions.

5 spots open as of March 13

April 18, Encaustic Painting for Eight Tuesday Evenings 6-830 pm at the Visual Arts Center of Ricmond


www.visarts.org

Encaustic painting is an ancient painting method that combines pigment, molten beeswax, and resin. Finished pieces can appear luminous, smooth, shiny, or textured, as well as three-dimensional. This makes the medium ideal for working in both abstract or representational styles. In this class you’ll explore melting and fusing the wax,  line and edge, and methods of working with paper and texture.

contact me at richmondencaustic@gmail.com  with any questions.

Arrowmont: Introduction to Encaustic April 6-9, 2017


There are still a few spaces open as of 030317
www.arrowmont.org

www. http://www.arrowmont.org/workshops-classes/workshop-details/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=188

Encaustic painting produces impressive results with luminous and jewel-like surfaces and textures, such as on wood panels and is an excellent material for all kinds of work. Students will learn the step-by-step process including layering transparent color, imprints, and working with stencils, the stylus and texture. Understanding the properties of encaustic is the first step to incorporating it into your work. At the end of the workshop, participants will be familiar with a range of skills and creative possibilities that will influence their own work. No encaustic experience is necessary. Open to all skill levels.

contact me with an questions: richmondencaustic@gmail.com