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Master Paste Original Encaustic Wax Painting Medium spatulas Master Paste Original - Cold paste encaustic medium, made to mix with oils, and dry pigments. We fell in love with painting with wax, and wanted to reveal this wonderful technique and get encaustic art supplies to anyone who is interested in learning about Encaustic Painting, which is also known as Hot Wax Painting. Ischererwaxart...
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We are proud to introduce the Encaustic Art Institute, a permanent gallery for all encaustic artists. Established as a non-profit 501c3, we rely solely on membership fees, donations and grants. 70% of every sale of artwork goes to the artist. The Purposes of the Institute are to:. The Encaustic...
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Encaustic workshops in Georgia offering 1 day encaustic workshops, encaustic painting evenings, girls nights outs, private encaustic lessons. We offer 1-Day encaustic workshops, evening encaustic step-by-step technique evenings, one-on-one lessons and small parties that can take an aspiring...
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Starting encaustic art is as simple as deciding to start and then getting hold of the iron, the wax colours, some cards and a place to work. Even your very first card experiment could be something that you cannot bear to part with! The Get Started Plus pack combines the iron, artset and DVD learn...
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Encaustic art supplies New Zealand. We are direct importers and suppliers of Encaustic wax art supplies. Welcome to Ascot Encaustic Art Supplies where encaustic art has a specialist home in New Zealand and Lynn & Steve service clients from their base at Ascot Lodge & Gallery in Nelson, where the public are able to vist the Ascot Encaustic Art Gallery to see the art form demonstrated as well as...
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Encaustic Wax Painting blog, a place for artists to come together and share their passion for encaustic painting. Learn to make art with pigmented beeswax. The Versatility of Encaustic After painting realistically for 30 years and doing sculpture for ten years, I began working with encaustic. Like many others working with this medium, I was attracted to its translucency, luscious sheen and...
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Michael Bossom has created a load of helpful & even inspiring video information to encourage you to explore and discover your own way of creating with encaustic art. The Encaustic Episodes DVD set is a collection of the 22.5 Youtube videos that you can watch anytime – just go to our video page or look for artsencaustic on YouTube. If you want a hard copy then this DVD is very affordable because...
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Swans Candles LLP. West Coast family owned source for retail candle making supplies, soy wax, soy candle supplies, paraffin wax, natural waxes and beeswax all at wholesale pricing. We stock both white beeswax and yellow beeswax and damar resin crystals. Our bulk beeswax is processed (filtered) naturally with no chemicals used. Encaustic artists and candlemakers love our natural beeswax. We...
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Wax Works West is a state-of-the-art encaustic learning center. We invite leading artists working in the genre to teach and share their expertise with you. Encaustic supplies, books, and DVD's are available for sale in the retail area of our studio. Wax Works West is a state-of-the-art encaustic art studio. We are pleased to offer private instruction, or custom group instruction for up to four...
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We are born to be creators. Each moment is a moment of choice & we manifest that which we choose, so choose well! Practise of anything makes one better at it and the encaustic arts offer a great opportunity for exploration combined with success. This is an artform that everyone can enjoy at any level of capability. The vision is to spread this wonderful activity of creative empowerment around...
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Encaustic, or enkaustikos, is a Greek word meaning “to heat or burn in” Heat is used throughout the process starting with the melting of the wax. Encaustic Medium is what I use most often. It consists of natural beeswax and damar resin. The medium can be used alone for its transparency or pigments may be added for color. The medium is melted and applied with a brush or other tool. Each layer is...
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€œI have a passion for encaustic (an ancient process fusing bees wax, dammar resin and oil paint with heat). I paint intuitively; layering, carving, scraping and fusing. The spontaneity of the process creates a real sense of energy. An unfolding of a mystery is revealed as each layer is built up and gouged away. Encaustic has the vibrancy of colour inherent in oil, sculptural texture and a...
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It’s not often that a brand-new fine art medium comes along. Ceracolors is a new artist-grade paint made from quality pigments in a water-soluble wax binder. Although made from wax, Ceracolors are not encaustic paints in that they do not require heat or solvents to use. Ceracolors share properties with traditional media that will make them instantly familiar to painters, but they also have...
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Enkaustikos manufactures Hot Cakes Encaustic Wax Paint, Hot Sticks Encaustic Wax Paint, and other encaustic painting supplies. To make their professional encaustic paints, Enkaustikos uses the finest ingredients of USP beeswax, damar resin, and artist pigments and mills each color using their state-of-the-art equipment. Since 1996, Enkaustikos’ mission has been to mill the highest quality...
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Welcome to our video workshops in encaustic wax painting, taught by Linda Robertson, the author of Embracing Encaustic book series. Linda has taught live workshops throughout the U.S. and Canada, and now she's bringing her unique teaching style right into your studio via the web. Are you having trouble finding an encaustic instructor in your area? We've got you covered with video workshops in...
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Encaustic Materials and Methods is finally here! Long-time followers of this blog may remember that I’ve been talking about bringing the 1949 text of Francis Pratt and Becca Fizell’s influential but nearly impossible to find book back to life. And after three long years, the book went live on Amazon a couple of weeks ago. Here’s a link to Encaustic Materials and Methods on Amazon. This is a...
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Among Encaustic Artists, Julia Fosson's work is uniquely beautiful. See her encaustic wax paintings, mountain landscape paintings, & abstract floral paintings. Watch this short Artist Portrait to learn more about Julia Fosson's Encaustic process. Originally an oil painter, Julia Fosson fell in love with Encaustic art when she was introduced to it in 2003. Julia describes Encaustic art as the...
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Here’s a fantastic monotype by Tessa Lane, one of the people at the workshop. Thanks Tessa! Thanks everyone who came out to my Encaustic Monotype demo! My favorite part was watching people make their own monotypes, after my first part of the demo was over. We had so many surprises! For example, it’s easier to do representational work in encaustic monotype than I thought! And people LOVED the...
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Encaustic is taken from the Greek and means “to burn in.” In the encaustic process, pigmented wax is applied and then fused to a surface with heat. The result is a broad range of surface effects and a luminous translucency that is unique to the encaustic medium.
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