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CPT 176-S18-1 | Advanced Encaustic: Layers, Translucency & See Throughs

CPT 176-S18-1 | Advanced Encaustic: Layers, Translucency & See Throughs

Sat + Sun, 6/23-6/24, 9AM-5PM, Room 507


Maximum Enrollment: 8 LBS
$315.00

Course Description

A hands-on studio course, this workshop is designed to take students beyond the basics involved in working with encaustic, offering participants a deeper understanding of how to create paintings that suggest depth and dimension. An emphasis will be placed on composition and expressing meaning through an exploration of accumulating marks, drawings, and image transfers at varying levels. Students will have plenty of time to explore and develop their own personal ideas and visual vocabulary on larger or multiple panels.


TUITION: $230 + FEES: $85
CEUs: 1.6


Dietlind Vander Schaaf holds an MFA from the University of San Francisco and an MA from the University of Southern Maine. She has exhibited her work throughout New England, as well as New York, New Mexico, and Florida. She serves as the president of New England WAX, a regional encaustic organization, and teaches workshops throughout New England. The recipient of two Maine Arts Commission grants, her art work is in personal collections nationally and internationally. www.dietlindvanderschaaf.com

SUPPLIES:

  • Jumbo Presto pancake griddle
  • Heat gun (available at your local hardware store)
  • Potter's needle and assorted pottery looping tools
  • Multiple unprimed cradled panel up to 12" x 12"
  • Roll of masking tape
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Toner based photocopies for transferring
  • Assorted materials for collaging
  • Natural bristle paintbrushes (I recommend hake brushes)
  • Razor blades

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