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Advanced Encaustic Wax - Breaking The Rules

Advanced Encaustic Wax - Breaking The Rules

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When:

  • Sat 18 May, 10:00am – 3:00pm

Where:

The Artery Art Learning Space, The Incubator, The Historic Village, Tauranga

Restrictions:

Adults Only

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $180.00

This advance workshop on Encaustic Hot Wax is only for students who have completed the beginners workshops or have basic knowledge of the Encaustic Medium.

The workshop will take you to new and wonderful places with techniques showing you what can be added to Encaustic; while we break all the rules doing so!

We will be looking at:
- Shellac
- Plastering
- Mica Powders
- Indian Ink
- alcohol inks
...plus many more ideas

Each student will complete at least 3 works to take home as perfect keepsake after an interesting fun day. You bring along your own materials, oil paints, alcohol inks, very small metal objects eg. electricity wires, mesh.

There will be an hour's break for lunch which you are able to enjoy at the Cafe at the Historic Village or bring your own along. I will have homemade yummy food for morning tea plus coffee and tea are provided too.

There are only 6 spaces available now so do not miss out. Optional Materials To Bring Along:Dried leaves, small dry twigs, small shells, cotton materials eg. lace, string, features, tissue papers, doodads etc.

Tutor: Sue MacDougall

Sue MacDougall is an established artist who was born in New Zealand and has been living in Greece for many years now.in which time has no relevance in the creation of her work, work which absorbs her completely. As an artist her temperament is the motivating factor, that which gives form to her passion. It is easy to be captivated and respond to the feelings inherent in the paintings.

Light is an important factor when using colours. This is why living on the island of Aegina in Greece, which is famous for the luminosity and clarity of its light, is an ideal place for a painter such as Sue to have her studio. Sue’s main influences come from the ‘"Blue Rider Group"’ which included artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Gabrielle Munter.

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