Happy Wax on Wednesdays !
I was gone for a couple of weeks finalizing things for the new cyanotype workshop that begins on January 15th.
Computer and office work is not the fun part of being an artist but often takes up huge chunks of time. I am looking forward to begin this new journey with all of you joining me and have received lots of excited emails, (I am excited too :)) .
It is a large group to start with. All of my workshops are self paced so you can jump in and begin whenever you like, but this one I am going to have to close the registration for so that I am able to handle class questions and communications with the group. It is just me on the other end here, so I answer each student one at a time, and don't like to rush my answers to thoughtful questions so that I can give you the best possible experience enjoying the course.
I have just 12 slots left before I close the registration for now. I may open for a second group in May/June but have not made decisions about that just yet . If you would like to see all of the details for this workshop click the photo below.
Supplies I used this week:
Each week I list the supplies I used in the video here on the blog for you so that you can see and easily find the items used for that week's technique .
If you purchase items from the links provided it sometimes generates a few cents in commission which goes right back in to creating videos for you on the youtube channel. It does not raise the cost for you in any way, and is the same link you would find on a regular amazon prime search . Thank you so much! Also , although the photos here can help you easily find the product . I also recommend that you look at your local art /hobby store to make sure you are getting the lowest price. Sometimes with weekly 40% off coupons basic items can be found at a better price.
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Thank you so much for creating with me for another year on Wax on Wednesdays !
See you in 2021!
Shari Replogle is an artist sharing her encaustic and other artistic adventures each week here on the blog and on Youtube. Her full line of workshops featuring encaustic and metal are on this site under available workshops.