With Daniella Woolf
$295 [Includes $80 lab fee] Class limit 14. Nov 17-18 (Sat-Sun) 10am-4pm.
This innovative two-day workshop addresses the techniques of rusting on paper, on fabric, and directly onto the encaustic surface. Rusting works beautifully on encaustic medium and encaustic paint. We will also experiment with rusted paper and fabric as collage elements. You will complete a sample book of all your experiments.
We will approach tea bags with artists’ eyes, manipulating them in all possible ways. We will rust, weave, burn, sew, paint, stuff, stamp, print, collage, draw, and transfer on them, string together, attach, dangle, drape, and sculpt them, all while drinking the exotic tea of your choice. Two days of fun, innovation, and wild and waxy experimentation.
Daniella Woolf holds an MA in textile structures from UCLA. She is the author of Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility, The Encaustic Studio, and several instructional DVDs. She is a founding partner of Wax Works West, a school for the encaustic arts in Santa Cruz. Her work is in many collections, is shown internationally, and is the recipient of the Gail Rich Award and the Rydell Fellowship. She is the co-president of the Lucky Girls Society with her wife, Kim. daniellawoolf.com