Another Approach to the Line

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Another Approach to the Line

275.00

SHERRIE POSTERNAK
Wednesday
June 5
10am - 4pm

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Wednesday
June 5
10am - 4pm
1 Session

When working with encaustic, it is sometimes difficult to achieve clean linear elements, due to the necessity of fusing between layers. In this session we will suggest and demonstrate at least a baker’s dozen methods for using line in your work. Students may test all methods on sample boards, and have time to complete at least one other composition.

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Sherrie Posternak takes advantage of all of her life’s passions—making and teaching art, travel, learning about other cultures, becoming fluent in the Spanish language, and building her new business designing accessories. Everything involves communication and the integration of the variety of life’s disciplines. Within the context of the arts, Sherrie chooses whatever medium or technique is most appropriate to express her ideas—encaustic, photography, ceramic, glass, fiber. She began her encaustic practice 11 years ago (www.sherrieposternak.com), and has had solo and group shows in the U.S. and Mexico. She teaches workshops in all phases of the encaustic practice, including specialty courses in transferred and embedded imagery and working with mixed media. She self-published a catalogue on the topic of her art installation “A Memorial for El Tomate.” Images of Sherrie’s work are in the gallery section of the E-book “Contemporary Paper and Encaustic” by Catherine Nash, and Volume I of Linda Robertson’s revised E-book “Embracing Encaustic.”