Encaustic Workshops in Minneapolis
Encaustic Workshops Minneapolis – Working with Wax and Studio Time
In this exciting one-day Encaustic workshop, you will explore creating translucent, layered paintings only achieved with molten beeswax. 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. You will create paintings that will develop your aesthetic and artistic voice with this medium. This class could also be used as studio time if you have taken a class with me before. All levels welcome and all supplies are provided.
UPCOMING 2019 one-day ENCAUSTIC WORKSHOPS
Cost: $135 + $40 supply fee = $175
- Friday, December 13th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Friday, January 17th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Friday, February 21st 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.
3) VenMo - Jodi_Reeb
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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 7 days of the workshop, you will receive a refund minus $75 or you can choose a future workshop date.
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R&F Encaustic Comprehensive
April 15-17, 2020
R&F Handmade Paints
This 3-day workshop is designed for painters interested in exploring the fundamental elements necessary to create successful encaustic painting. Following a historic overview of encaustic, students will move through a series of guided exercises focusing on studio setup, paint application, and health and safety. With a strong emphasis on approaching wax as a direct painting media, students become familiar and comfortable with brushwork, fusing, and layering. Additional techniques we explore include collage, printmaking, image transfer, and combining oil and wax.
After each demonstration, participants will have hands-on time with the wax to explore and examine the characteristics that make wax a unique material to work with, such as opacity, temperature, adhesion, and texture. Artists working in any painting or print discipline will find this workshop an exciting opportunity to grow their visual vocabulary with wax. This workshop is ideal for beginner and intermediate level students.
Registration opens 12/10/19 at www.rfpaints.com
Arrowmont Encaustic Workshop:Between the Layers
Encaustic Painting: Between the Layers
August 2-7, 2020
Arrowmont School of Arts
Starts in January 2020
Description: This workshop will explore Encaustic painting to create translucent, layered, smooth and textural surfaces only achieved with molten beeswax. 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, collage, oil pigment sticks and creating texture working with masks and stencils. The focus will be on image making and development of your aesthetic and artistic growth and 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 include a digital presentation of contemporary work with artists taking an experimental approach toward creating. All levels welcome.
Venue: Arrowmont School of Arts is a national art and craft education center located just one mile from the entrance of the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Students work and learn in professionally equipped studios on a stunning 13-acre residential campus hidden in the heart of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
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"
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