Painting with Encaustic

Sylvia Benson

Learn to work in this medium of beeswax and resin. Encaustic is an ancient art form dating back to the Greeks, which was revived by Jasper Johns, and gained popularity in the 90s. Wax can be moved with a hot air gun, textured with tools, embedded with beautiful paper, and turned into a collage. Step-by-step instruction and individual attention will help you develop your painting in this wonderful medium.

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BIRCH
CLASS ID: 8E1T

Method of Instruction: In-person, On-site
Date/Time: Tuesday, August 17, 1:00-4:00PM
Tuition: $52 Member/$65 Non-Member
Material Fee: $25 Payable to Instructor
Age/Level: Adults, All Levels

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CLASS ID: 8E1W
Method of Instruction: In-person, On-site
Date/Time: Wednesday, August 18, 10:00AM-1:00 PM
Tuition: $52 Member/$65 Non-Member
Material Fee: $25 Payable to Instructor
Age/Level: Adults, All Levels

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