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Q&A-Elizabeth-Schowachert Mounting an encaustic monotype to a panel

Mounting an Encaustic Monotype to a Panel

Q&A with Elizabeth Schowachert In this post, artist Elizabeth Schowachert answers questions that I put to her about mounting encaustic monotypes to panels. About Elizabeth SchowachertElizabeth Schowachert is an abstract artist who works primarily with encaustic. She also specialize in crafting silicone tools for the Roland HOTbox, high quality sumi-e style horse hair brushes and mark making tools.Visit her website Elizabeth Schowachert Art to order art tools and brushes. 1. What are some of the reasons you choose to mount monotypes on panels? I personally like the way the prints look mounted on a 2-inch cradled panel ...
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Encaustic on Washi Monoprinting workshop with Kathryn Bevier

Encaustic Monotype Printmaking on Washi Paper

Monotype Workshop with Kathryn Bevier Today I attended a monotype workshop taught by Kathryn Bevier at The Japanese Paper Place in Toronto - "Encaustic on Washi: using a light touch with Kathryn Bevier". Kathryn Bevier is a Rochester-based artist who has worked for seven years helping to develop a line of encaustic paints known as Enkaustikos. Kathryn now spends much of her time teaching the use of these encaustics in painting and monoprinting, while marketing Enkaustikos products throughout North America. The Japanese Paper Place (JPP) warehouse supplies several thousand different kinds of Japanese paper to retailers, manufacturers, and artists ...
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Experimenting with Photographs in Encaustic

Encaustic Photographs | Experimenting with Photos & Hot Wax

After attending an excellent presentation by Danielle Correia at last year's Encaustic Conference on working with encaustic on photographs, I have done some experimenting of my own. Here are the results of five different experiments with photographs in encaustic wax ...
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