Happy Wax on Wednesday !
I ended up accumulating a huge stack of monotypes from all of the projects we did on Wax on Wednesdays last month! I decided this week to create some covers for journals for them to get them all sorted out. Journals are one of my favorite ways to house encaustic print making papers and I have accumulated a small library of them in the studio. It is a great way for me to reference all of the print making techniques I cave done over the years and for visitors to meander through .
These heavier prints done on Arches watercolor paper make perfect journal covers for all of the August Monotypes done both on Wax on Wednesdays and the Monday Warmup sessions on the Patreon channel. I wanted to keep with the botanical print making theme but expand on it some more and try out some more fun options for pigments :)
I ended up creating fun layers of rich warm tones with instant coffee and cool tones of green and turquoise india inks using geranium leaves from the garden.
Supplies I used this week:
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Join me on a journey and adventure into freeing your mind , and flexing you creative muscles in exploring the completely magical effects of encaustic and paper.
- intro to encaustic including tools, set up , and safety
-Let's go paper hunting ! Finding the best papers for use with encaustic
-embedding a wide variety of papers with encaustic techniques.
-let's create handmade paper magic !
-encaustic paintings on paper
-Encaustic Journals ! ( binding all of our beautiful monotypes and painted papersin gorgeous encaustic journals that we create from scratch!!!!)
And of course lets find out what happens when we explore india inks, graphite , pastels, oil pastels, stencils , stamping, and more more more!
Free yourself creatively, by loosing the fear of the blank page .
Free yourself creatively, and allow yourself to express your emotion through intuitiveness, color , and encaustic . !
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Happy Creating !
9/3/2020 11:16:19 am
Shari, this video really got my attention! I love the colors you used and the gorgeous leaves! I love that the technique can be used with or without encaustics, but they definitely add another layer of dimension! LOVE THIS! Thank you for sharing! And, I miss seeing you!
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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.