Please join Mary Jane for this two and a half hour workshop to learn the technique of oil and cold wax painting.
Cold wax medium is a medium composed mainly of beeswax with a small amount of solvent and other ingredients to aid in drying time, for use with oil paint. It has a soft, paste-like consistency.
The main similarity to encaustic is that both contain beeswax. However, CWM is used at room temperature, while encaustic involves heated wax. CWM extends and adds body, aids in drying time, increases transparency and workability, does not require the special ventilation and set up of encaustic, and allows the artist to build up textural effects and layers.
Sunday, April 15th 12:00pm - 3:00 pm
$100.00 includes all materials
Mininum of 4 and a maximum of 10 students.
Pre-registration is recommended and prepayment is required to hold your place in the workshop.
Please call either Fern and Dina's @ 904-261-5566 or Mary Jane Huegel @ 770-617-1059 to register.