Encaustic Monotype with Dora Ficher
Encaustic monotypes are one-of-a-kind prints made from wax paintings. Pigmented wax is melted onto a heated metal “hot box,” manipulated with brushes, sponges and other tools, and then transferred to paper with gentle pressure (no press required). The result is a color rich, complex print. Learn the basics of encaustic monotype in this exciting workshop including the multitude of techniques that can be used to create your painting/print, and the range of papers available. No experience necessary.
Saturday, January 11
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$95 + $35 materials fee (includes all materials)
Registration deadline: January 5