This month on Wax on Wednesdays we will be exploring the exciting world of encaustic collage. There are a million ways to approach this, just like traditional collage . You can dive in with different styles , pigments, papers, and adhesives. There is no one right way to approach encaustic collage, but there are some helpful tips to help build a successful piece .
This week I created a collage with hand painted water color papers. Other mediums that can be used for hand painted papers are;
I created the collage with an archival Pva glue and used the encaustic as a finish on the collage. Light weight papers can also be embedded into encaustic wax layers to create a collage as we will explore throughout the month.
Layers of encaustic wax can be added over the collage to create textures , add additional pigments such as oil sticks or pastels to further enhance the collage , etc.
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