Encaustic Painting Workshops
Monthly on Saturdays, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (or 3-hour half day option)
Instructor: Victoria Wallace
2019 Dates: Saturday, Jan. 26, Feb. 16, Mar. 16, April 13, May 18, and June 15
Time: Whole Day – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Half Day – 10:00 am to 1:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Get your imaginations ready for our monthly encaustic workshop at LucSculpture! Encaustic is an ancient Greek and Egyptian arts of painting with pigmented, melted beeswax. In this versatile medium, you can transfer image, use a mixed media approach, and more!
You will have the opportunity use the tools and supplies to explore and develop your skills with the encaustic artist and instructor, Victoria Wallace, on hand to answer all of your questions about working with this wonderful waxy medium.
Fee: $140 + HST for Whole Day, $85 + HST for Half Day (includes some supplies & tools) registration necessary!
To reserve your seat, a 50% deposit is required, with the balance to be paid the day of the encaustic studio session. Alternately, the cost for all three sessions may be paid in advance to ensure your space.
*Materials: 10” x 10” masonite panels will be available for purchase $2 each (ungessoed ) or $4 each (gessoed) *Note: An additional charge for materials will be charged to students who wish to take a very thick, impasto approach with the medium All of the tools, equipment, and materials required for these encaustic painting workshops will be supplied by the instructor.
Alternatively, students may bring their own substrates.
Victoria Wallace Bio:
Victoria Wallace is an visual artist whose trompe l’oeil techniques have been mastered through years of mural painting. Her commissions include television, film, theatre, restaurants, and private collections.
She has exhibited at the Art Gallery of Peterborough, at the Distillery District, Toronto, as well as Proximity Fine Art NU Work Gallery in Warkworth and at Rail’s End Gallery in Haliburton. Victoria teaches at Haliburton School of the Arts, Fleming College, Loyalist College, Belleville and the Art Gallery of Peterborough.