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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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Botanicus Exhibition - in celebration of Earth Day

Botanicus Exhibition – in celebration of Earth Day

"Botanicus" Republic Plaza, Denver thru May 18, 2011 Botanicus is an exhibition celebrating the beauty of the natural world. This has long been an inspiration in my own work. For this exhibition I created three 18 inch by 11 foot works entitled "Clouds of Blossoms". I used encaustic on mulberry paper as my medium to create a translucent, ethereal effect. As the light changes throughout the day the colors change as well, imitating nature in it's operation. In my work I try to embody the simplicity and empathy of haiku and for these pieces I thought haiku ...
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