Encaustic Monotype

(1 customer review)


A one-day workshop introducing basic encaustic painting materials, safety, and techniques



A one-day workshop on creating monotypes with encaustic paint based on Paula Roland’s techniques and her HOTbox™ design. We will cover all the basics of encaustic monotype making as well as some of the many ways you may want to incorporate the prints into paintings and mixed media works. Some papers are provided; intermediate students are encouraged to bring their favorite Asian paper. Encaustic paint from R&F, Evans Encaustics, Kama Pigments, and Enkausticos are available for experiment.

Class runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in my New Boston Studio. Class is limited to 2, and casual. Bring your lunch for a woodland picnic.

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1 review for Encaustic Monotype

  1. Carolyn Rordam, New Hampshire

    I had never done any kind of Encaustic painting before and took Deb Claffey’s Encaustic Monotype workshop this past fall. I had no idea what to expect.
    The workshop was an afternoon so well spent! Deb opened her studio to me an gave me the right balance of instruction and experimental time. As a guide she was always on hand to give me tips but never took over the process she allowed me just enough freedom to find an expressive voice in this medium. Her studio tucked in behind her beautiful garden is a perfect spot to gain inspiration while trying something new.

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