Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Encaustic Art Workshop. Larain will be teaching an ENCAUSTIC ART WORKSHOP in painting with wax and oils. This is an ancient technique and medium used 2000 yrs ago. We will explore beeswax and oils and mixed media, techniques for using the wax, drawing, incising, transfers, collage and more. The workshop is coming up this Sat. April 27th at my studio in Gualala, Ca on the coast. 9:30am-4pm. Please e mail me for info. firstname.lastname@example.org Next workshop is Sat. Oct. 19th. Come and explore from beginner to advanced levels welcome.
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Sunday, April 21, 2013
More About Encaustic: Going a Little Larger July 12-15, 2013 The workshop will be an introduction, if you haven't done encaustic before, or you need a refresher on basic techniques, For more advanced encaustic painters, it will be an opportunity to enhance your work with a variety of new techniques. Individual instruction and criticism will help you move your encaustic painting to a new level. Beyond Beginning: Going Large August 12-16, 2013 Five Days: This is my most advanced workshop, and a unique opportunity for artists who are already working in encaustic to experience the joy of seeing there work on a larger scale, or to attempt any other expansion of their vision which they might like to pursue. We will address the special design and technical considerations involved in working on a larger scale, from sketch to finishing. Participants may work up to 36" x 36" on their own panels, but may choose to stay in the 24"x 24" range. For more details: http://www.nmencausticworkshops.com
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
"Wax with Dimension" Opening May 18th, Noon-5 PM Encaustic Art Institute 18 County Road 55 A, Cerrillos, NM 87010 505-424-6487 www.eainm.com www.eainm.blogspot.com Entries: Encaustic Art Institute members are invited to submit one piece of work. The theme of this show is "Wax with Dimension". This means literally any wax sculpture pieces as well as paintings that have some dimensional quality to it. Below is an example of a painting by Diane Aldrich Kleiss, called Seasons in 4 Acre Plots, that shows a 3-dimensional effect in a painting. In other words, the only restriction is nothing smooth and of 2-dimensional quality. No entry fee required. Entries to be delivered to the Institute's Pyramid Gallery any Saturday or Sunday, noon to 5 PM but no later than Saturday, May 11 noon - 5 PM, no exceptions. Shipped entries must arrive by Saturday May 11th with shipping and insurance paid by the artist. This show will hang from May 18th through June 16th. Members please note - our policy is to have one piece of art from each member up in the gallery at all times, in between shows. If you would like to submit new work please submit your work given the outlines on our website EAINM.com under Send Us Your Art. If we have not received any new work, we will show the work we have currently. As has been our policy, at any time, if you would like to have your work returned to you, please contact Douglas Mehrens, email@example.com or 505-424-6487 to arrange for shipment. Size and hanging restrictions: All work must be ready to hang with secure wire across the back. No sawtooth hangers. Painting size restriction is no larger than 48" X 48". 3-D work is restricted to 50 lbs for pedestal and 70 lbs for floor display and cannot exceed 5' in any direction. Label information: Artists should provide the following information along with their entry and in this order: Your name, title of work, medium, dimensions--with height first, price. Download the attached form, (click on the link at left, label is on page 2) print it out, fill it out, and attach securely on the back your painting, or at the bottom of your sculpture. Also E-mail the label information and price to: Kari Gorden: karigorden@ yahoo.com. When shipping artwork, please label your artwork's name on the outside of the box with your name, this helps us to locate your shipping box when returning. Pricing and sales: All art work must be for sale. The Institute, in accordance with the vote of its members, will retain a 15% commission. Calendar March 1 Call for art May 10 Label information to Kari Gorden: firstname.lastname@example.org May 11 Deadline for receipt of work by Institute (noon - 5:00 PM) May 13 -17 Exhibition installed and labeled May 18 Opening reception: noon - 5:00 PM It takes a lot of work to organize and hang an exhibition. You can help by following the instructions and respecting the deadlines. Thank you!
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