Tuesday, April 22, 2014

April, Introduction to encaustic

Sharyn
Can you believe that these 2 participants never worked in encaustic before? It is amazing what they accomplished in just 2 days. The first day we concentrated on learning to handle the torch and what would happen  "if"... Day 2 we ventured into a couple of more techniques. We had lots of laughs and got to know each other. These workshop are not just about learning encaustic; it really becomes a sharing experience.





Vivian      

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

March workshop

3 new people that were introduced to encaustic for the first time.
Deb

Jan

Molly

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Online advanced encaustic classes

 Here is the link for my videos. Take a look at all that is available. I have been getting wonderful responses. Let me know what you think.

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/4167

Thursday, February 20, 2014

A delightful 2 day workshop

Life's circumstances changed last week's advanced workshop into a small introductory class. Since there were only 3 people, each person took their own path, with my help and created unique work. Since I had everything ready for the advanced workshop, even some of the transfers I had prepared could be used.

Flora
Fiona
We all had a wonderful time.
Gary

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Beth's day in the studio

Beth had taken my introductory workshop a few months ago and wanted a private class to work on a special gift for her step daughter. Beth had the paper wedding invitation, 4 1/2 inches by 7 inches, She brought the invitation over yesterday so we could glue it to a prepared board and let it dry overnight. Today we worked with lots of encaustic layers, oil glazes, hot pen and stenciling. the 3D flowers are encaustic. We matched the colors from the brides bouquet. The main board was then adhered to a cradled board that had oil stain, encaustic and more stenciling. This will make a lovely, lasting gift.


Monday, November 25, 2013

I am flattered

Colleen from Minnesota has been visiting San Miguel for almost 3 weeks. We had a lovely day together for her private encaustic class. We covered many techniques including, incising, oil glazes, transfers, burnt shellac, scraping, oil pencil and most importantly Colleen used the torch for the first time. The torch seemed natural to her even though she had previously only used the heat gun.

In a private class we can really focus and also get to know one another. I asked Coleen what had brought her to San Miguel, and she said, "You." She had read my memoir, bought my online classes and wanted to experience a class with me as will as well as spend some time in this beautiful, unique town of San Miguel de Allende.

I don't think this will be her only trip here.


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Come to the best city in the world for an encasutic workshop

First dates of 2014 workshops are posted. Let me know your dates and I will plan some more.

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