Encaustic Painting Workshop
Encaustic painting is an ancient method brought up to date with new equipment and materials. It combines pigment, beeswax and natural dammar resin which is used to harden the paint and give it shine. Demonstrations will include: melting and fusing, creating layered patterns with unique rubber stencils, embedding paper, leaf imprints and casts, and creating texture.
- Instructor will provide small 4x6 inch panels for trying encaustic techniques. A lunch break will be provided. Students are encouraged to bring a bagged lunch.
- Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.
About the Instructor
Lynda Ray received a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, MA in 1987.That year she also attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in ME where she studied under Agnes Martin and Joseph Campbell. Thoughts she references are “perfection is in the mind” from Agnes and the “work parallels the experience” from her professor Rob Moore. Ray has been awarded artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Colony, the Santa Fe Art Institute, and the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, Woodstock, NY. She has received fellowships from the Massachusetts Artists Fellowship Program and The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts, Inc. Since 1987 her work has been widely exhibited and collected. She lives and works in Richmond, Virginia.See More Classes By Instructor Instructor Website