My studio is permanently closed for workshops due to the Covid-19 pandemic and other changes in the studio's set up.
I will teach workshops time to time out of my studio. Please stay tuned for updates where and when I will be teaching in 2020/2021 school year. Thank you!
WORKSHOPS AT THE KENSINGTON ART SUPPLY & INSTRUCTION
Encaustic Painting & Collage Workshop
October 31st, 2020
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Kensington Art Supply & Instruction
6999 11 St SE #120, Calgary, AB
Fully booked since January 2020
The date for this workshop was post-poned few times due to the covid 19 pandemic.
Please stay tuned for another possible encaustic workshop in the spring 2021.
You can register online, by email or personally at the LIBA Art Studio in Dalhousie, NW Calgary. Please contact Liba at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the registration form, list of art supplies and ID discount card by email or to set up an appointment for the registration.
Registration form: https://form.jotform.com/73354790784266
$ 175 incl. GST (art supplies are not included; can be shared).
The list of art supplies is provided at the registration.Griddles, heat guns + 15% discount on encaustic art supplies are provided by Kensington Art Supply & Instruction. Some tools and materials can be shared and/or borrowed from Liba.
Students registered in LIBA Art Studio one year min. and family members qualify for $ 10 discount. Students who already took encaustic workshop in the past qualify for $ 20 discount . Only one discoount will be applied.
Encaustic is considered one of the most ancient painting techniques in the world. It is a paint that is composed of beeswax, damar resin and pigments. The world “encaustic’ comes from the Greek “encaustikos” “to burn in”, referring to the process of using heat to fuse the layers together. It was notably used in Favyum mummy portraits in Egypt around 100-300AD. This technique was lost for hundreds of years. It was re-discovered again in 18th century and it was reviewed in the twentieth century largely by Jasper Johns. Today, encaustic painting is experiencing revival. Students will learn in this workshop about the studio safety, how to make own encaustic medium, how to create mono prints & photo transfers and how to use hot wax in combination with other materials to create mixed media artwork. Experimenting will be highly encouraged. Students will have an opportunity to create their own artwork under Liba’s supervision or they will have an option to choose from projects that Liba will have available. Group demonstrations and friendly critiques will be an essential part of this workshop. “Encaustic Painting & Collage”workshop is designed for students of all levels and interests. Absolute beginners are welcome; experience in visual art is not required. Students have to be min 13 years old. Max. 8 students can be registered.