These are our current galleries. The latest is a simple little gallery to show a collection of images where black ink silhouette stamps have been over-painted with encaustic art wax colours, using the iron.
There are new products coming into our Encaustic Art life now and through the autumn. First to arrive are some rubber tools for hotplate and hot air work. These are fun to use and bring a whole new set of possibilities to your work. The rubber brushes are used to move molten wax around, usually…Details
Thanks to all those who came and tried out encaustic art for a few minutes in Kent over the beautiful royal wedding weekend of May 19th & 20th. Close to 180 people had a go and everyone enjoyed themselves. It was a simple introduction to get the feel of using the iron,loading it with wax, spreading the colours , making patterns and marks, polishing the final result and then doing some more cards. Most people made 4 or 5 cards in their quick 15 minutes.Details
Note: the link will expire at some time – probably within a week or two of the live date. The first of 2 hours on Hochanda on April 23rd at 11am launching the new Encaustic Art THE ORIGINAL clear stamp sets. These images were what we managed to demonstrate during the hour. There are probably…Details
Another opportunity for us to showcase the new Starter Set for Encaustic Art on 2 live hours at Hochanda TV. Kick off at 11am then a mid afternoon relax at 3pm. This time around we have 4 new sets of clear stamps – something that we have not shown or used too much in the…Details
This is an encaustic art painting from 1991. It has been framed behind glass and a single mount (matt) board ever since then. I was invited to have it displayed in the Encaustic Art Institute Museum of Encaustic work in New Mexico. Before sending it off I wanted to open the frame and clean the…Details
It comes around every year and all too often making cards is a rush. This little video is an insight into making batches of cards – Candles in this case, but with snowy backgrounds, or are they starlit skies? And we look out through the window into that space, past the flickering candle light.
What’s coming up? Well, Michael & Shona will look at the basics of encaustic art, especially for those just beginning or becoming interested in getting started. These involve easy playful abstract cards and simple landscape image. But of course, there is so much more that this versatile wax and heat process can do …Details