Encaustic Workshops Minneapolis – Working with Wax and Studio Time
In this one-day Encaustic workshop, you will learn beginning Encaustic techniques. A brief history and description of Encaustic painting will be discussed as well as basic supplies and tools, safety, preparation of supports including application of grounds and fusing. An overview of a variety of techniques will be demonstrated such as image transfers, mixing your own paint, creating texture and working with masks and stencils. There will also be lots of studio time and one-on-one instruction. This class could also be used as studio time if you have taken a class with me before.
UPCOMING 2019 one-day ENCAUSTIC WORKSHOPS
Cost: $135 + $40 supply fee = $175
- Friday, February 15th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Friday, March 22nd from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Friday, April 12th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
How to REGISTER for a studio workshop:
Please contact me to hold your spot by calling 612-247-1244 or emailing email@example.com
Checks and credit cards accepted.
There are 3 ways to register:
1) Send a check. Please make checks payable to Jodi Reeb in the amount of $175.
Please send check to:
250 – 3rd Ave N #220
Minneapolis, MN 55401
2) Call Jodi at 612-247-1244 and register over the phone with a credit card.
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*Full tuition is required when registering for workshops.
*If you need to cancel within 7 days of the workshop there will be no refunds.
*Cancelling prior to 14 days of the workshop, you will receive a refund minus $75 or you can choose a future workshop date.
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Encaustic Painting at Wild Rice Retreat in Bayfield, WI
NEW! April 26-28, 2019
Join me for an exciting weekend of Encaustic painting at Wild Rice Retreat! During this workshop you’ll learn beginning Encaustic techniques that include a brief history, fusing and many paint application techniques. This workshop is intended for mid-level painters with plenty of studio time.
Wild Rice Retreat is rooted in the idea of exploring and supporting artistic expression in nature. It is a space for artistic and healing workshops, classes, meeting space, and special events.
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13th International Encaustic Conference - Post Workshop
The 13th Annual International Encaustic Conference (May 30-June 2)
Alternative Surfaces Post-Conference Workshop
June 3 & 4, 2019
Cape Cod, Provincetown, Massachusets
Description: What do you use to impart some interesting surface finishes with your encaustic paintings? In this 2-day workshop, you will learn how to create alternative metallic surfaces that can be partnered with encaustic painting. The paints are water-based and contain real metal particles such as iron, copper and bronze. These finishes create beautiful, rusted and patinas on or below the encaustic surface. I will also show participants how to add a variety of surface treatments including powdered graphite, metal leafing, and embedding glass shards. These surfaces can be layered with encaustic or be the final finish. The metallic paints bind on porous and non-porous surfaces.
Venue: An annual interdisciplinary event in Provincetown, MA, bringing a community of artists together with gallerists, curators, critics and collectors engaged with wax, printmaking, mixed media, professional practices and more. The 13th International Encaustic Conference is directed by Cherie Mittenthal and produced by Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill. Judy Pfaff will be the guest speaker.
This is my 3rd year attending the conference and it's been great to experience the community of artists working with Encaustic.
Haystack Mountain Arts - Alternative Surfaces with Encaustic Workshop
Alternative Surfaces with Encaustic Painting workshop
August 25-31, 2019
Haystack Mountain Arts
Deer Isle, Maine
Description: In this week-long, immersive encaustic painting workshop, participants will explore alternative absorbent surfaces that can be incorporated with encaustic painting. An overview of Encaustic painting will be given on the first day with more advanced techniques as the week progresses. The workshop will also focus on creating plaster surfaces that are both flat and textured using casting methods to which we will apply paint. A variety of surface treatments will be demonstrated and incorporated including copper patinas, rust, metal leafing and graphite. While we will demonstrate technical information, the class focus is on image making and development of your aesthetic and artistic growth. An exploratory, experimental attitude will be encouraged. There will be plenty of time to create and we will have group discussions looking at work. There also will be one-to-one instruction and individual input. The class will also include a digital presentation of contemporary work with artists taking an experimental approach toward creating.
Venue: Haystack is an international, non-profit, studio program in the arts, offering six one-and two-week studio workshop sessions to craft-makers and visual artists of all skill levels, led by prominent faculty artists. Haystack also offers a residency program, conferences, a visiting artist series, spring and fall workshops specifically for Maine residents, and workshop series and Mentorship programs for Maine high school students.
Studio Interview on ProWax Journal
"Hidden"an in-studio interview
Kara Nothem from the Arts Institute interviewed me in my studio about my process.
Jodi Reeb Reveals the Beauty of Surface
MCAD Alumni has solo exhibition at the Kolman & Pryor Gallery in Minneapolis.
"Local Artist Interview"
See my interview here: http://www.local-artist-interviews.com/2013/04/jodi-reeb-mixed-media.html