Transparent Layering of Pattern and Texture with Encaustic
October 24 - 29, 2021
Lynda Ray · lyndarayart.com
Workshop at a glance
Explore luminous opaque and transparent encaustic colors, layering patterns and textures to create the illusion of depth and stratified history with opportunities to improvise.
- Working with encaustic
- Layering mixed media in encaustics
- Encaustic paint
- Embossing guns
- Stencils and added materials
- Understanding the properties of encaustic
- Experiment and combine materials in encaustic painting
Lynda Ray is an artist who lives and works in Richmond, Virginia and attended the Massachusetts College of Art and the Skowhegan School in Maine. Ray has been awarded many artist residencies and grants, most recently from CultureWorks. Her work has been widely exhibited and collected.
Encaustic, the most versatile medium for painting, is heated beeswax and is excellent for creating translucent layers. In this workshop students will explore the properties of encaustic where varying temperatures create unique effects. You will use rubber stencils, styluses, and botanical materials in combination to create your unique work. The class will include demonstrations followed by studio time to experiment and combine various materials. Participants will leave with deeper understanding of the properties of encaustic and how to move your work to the next level. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $600 · materials list
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