Encaustic Painting 101 with Penny Treeses

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Encaustic Painting 101 with Penny Treeses

Time: January 15, 2019 from 6pm to 9:30pm
Location: Fountainhead Art Space
Street: 31b Oak Street
City/Town: Roswell, GA 30075
Website or Map: http://www.fountainheadartspa…
Phone: 770-714-8841
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Rae Broyles
Latest Activity: Oct 21

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Explore the ancient technique of encaustic painting that has made a recent resurgence in popularity. Learn the basics of color-pigmenting molten beeswax, applying luscious layers to wood surfaces and heating with a blowtorch  to fuse and preserve the painting.

Additionally, history and material safety will be covered, and several techniques will be demonstrated including layering, creating and applying translucent washes and opaque color, scraping, texturing, care instructions and more. You will see why this medium is gaining popularity quickly as you discover the freedom and forgiveness of painting with wax!

Jan 15

Tuesday Evening 6-9:30 pm

 

$95.00 Plus $15 supply fee to instructor 

Class size limited to ten participants.  

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