Encaustic Workshops, February 2012 -- Part Deaux
The remaining two workshops were just as fun as the first two. The beauty of workshops is that each one takes on a personality of its own. Some workshops are loud with raucous laughter, others are quieter, with students heavily concentrating on their work. Either way, all work stations began their day with a complete set up. I charge a full price for my workshops, so I do not skimp on the tools or supplies for each student. This is what each student started with each morning, which I think is a pretty good set up:
Here are photos of students at work, followed by their paintings:
The beginning classes were so successful, I have an interest list already built for a second set of beginning classes. Yippee! I think we'll do them towards the end of May. Plus, many of my students are interested in an Intermediate Class where we'll learn more techniques, such as image transfer, more embedding techniques, and possibly the shellac burn technique. Stay tuned for more information on when those workshops will be scheduled!
In the meantime, keep scraping to uncover, discover and discard!!