Taking Your Work to the Next Level: Beyond the Basics with Binnie Birstein

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Taking Your Work to the Next Level: Beyond the Basics with Binnie Birstein

240.00

Wednesday, June 7
10am - 4pm

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Wednesday, June 7
10am - 4pm

TAKING YOUR WORK TO THE NEXT LEVEL: Beyond the Basics…or where do I go from here
You’ve got the fusing thing down…well most of the time.
You know how to mix colors.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to take their work to the next level…

Designed for the artist who wants utilize what they already know in painting with encaustic; who are interested in finding their voice and developing a body of work. Working with Binnie, they will be able to apply the best techniques to achieve their vision in pigmented wax.

Spend studio time together…looking…thinking…talking…working on your art.
What is your work about?
What are you trying to say?
What do you need to know to get there?

Individual concerns will be addressed to facilitate taking your work to the next level.
This workshop is for all levels of experience.


Binnie Birstein, originally from New York City, has exhibited nationally and internationally in England and Japan. She has an MA from SUNY Brockport, and a BA from CCNY in studio art. Her work has been included in many prestigious exhibitions and invitationals, including the two museum exhibitions of “Swept Away: Translucence, Transparence, Transcendence In Contemporary Encaustic,” at the Cape Cod and Hunterdon Art Museums; the North American Print Biennial in 2013, at Boston University, and in “Organic to Geometric: Investigations in Structure & Surface” in 2015 at Endicott College, Beverly, Mass, as well as R & F’s 2012 Encaustic Works. Other venues include the Everson Museum of Art, the New Britain Museum, Chautauqua Institute, and Memorial Art Gallery.

She has attended all of the International Encaustic Conferences, presenting and teaching. She is an instructor at Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Castle Hill Center for the Arts in Truro, MA, and at Creative Arts Workshop, as well as private instruction from her studio in Norwalk, Connecticut.