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Encaustics For Clay Or Wood Surfaces: 2D and 3D
With artist Karen Meadows – Beginning and advanced levels welcome to creatively explore and expand the wax medium as a surface painting technique on sculptural or flat forms.
Bees Wax is a magical material, suitable for painting on various surfaces, including bisque ware and wood. This beginning-advanced workshop is aimed for those of you who are curious to either learn, or expand your creative voice in new ways.
If you are a beginner, you will learn about all the tools and techniques and come away with several pieces ready to hang.
You may bring your own bisque ware, 2D or 3D, or use what will be provided in the way of tiles, or cradled wood panels.
A power point will be given to include historical as well as encaustics in contemporary art. 2 and 3-D applications
Techniques will include:
- Laying down a transparent layer
- Incorporating collage materials
- Mark-making and creating patterns with color and texture
- Working on 3D surface bisque clay (not shiny!)
- Studio set-up and safety issues
$95 – Non-teachers
$70 – Teachers
Materials – additional $25
Please register online, space is limited.
The workshop is in Room 514, the Ceramics room at Redwood High School in Larkspur. Directions are on our website.
If you can’t find us, call Liz’s cell: 310-463-2959
QUESTIONS: Contact Liz Lauter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional time info:
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Please arrive 10 minutes before 10am.
REDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Ceramics Room 514, 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur, CA 94939
parking lot on campus adjacent to Ceramics room 514. Use parking lot entrance from Lucky Drive.