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Pouring Encaustic

Saturday, June 27 / 10 am – 4 pm

Pouring encaustic allows you to maximize the potential of the medium. Since encaustic is liquid when hot and durable, but still shapeable when cooled this technique allows artists to push the boundary between two- and three-dimensional art. Carving and embedding techniques will be explored as well as a wide range of color-adding techniques. Students will pour, finish and take home two small pieces.

Supply List: Any scraping/carving tools you already own (supply sill be provided if you do not have any). Any objects to embed, such as bones, rocks, gears, pottery pieces, nails, etc.

Instructor: Jessica Weems
Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels

Mixed Media
June 27, 2015 10 am – 4 pm