Creating Depth with Encaustic & Paper with Raé Miller

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Creating Depth with Encaustic & Paper with Raé Miller

480.00

Wednesday & Thursday
May 30, 31
10am – 4pm

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Wednesday & Thursday
May 30 & 31
10am – 4pm

Whether you prefer working on paper or panels, Raé will teach effective use of translucent layers of encaustic, how to make marks in the wax with handmade stamps to give depth to the layers, and how to safely fuse with a torch on paper. She’ll demonstrate methods of creating deceptively thin layers, ways to make organic marks and underlayers, and working with pigment sticks and cold wax over the surface. Raé will also stress the importance of temperature control to achieve desired effects with encaustic. This workshop will teach you ways to achieve the visual depth artists are often seeking in their work. This intermediate level workshop requires a working knowledge of encaustic.


With nearly seventeen years of experience with encaustic, Raé Miller now teaches workshops and private classes to students from around the world in her studio in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. In her self-directed art education, she has studied painting and monotype with some of the most prominent artists in the United States and Mexico. She has found the International Encaustic Conference an invaluable tool in the furthering of her art career and as a teacher of encaustic painting and monotype. She taught Painting with Encaustic on Paper at Conference 10.