Friday, January 14, 2022

Kitchen Table Art Workshop: Cold Wax Painting (space for 12 in workshop)

Kitchen Table Art Workshop: Cold Wax Painting

Cold Wax Painting

Kitchen Table Art Workshop: Cold Wax Painting

Sunday, February 6, 2022, 4-6 PM on Zoom. Registration deadline January 26th

Cold wax painting is a sculptural painting technique that uses cold wax medium with oil paint. We will approach it as an abstract and experimental painting method, but it can be used in representational and other painting applications.

The beeswax medium thickens the paint and creates a texture, transparency, and depth that is like encaustic painting, but without the use of heat. Marks can be made with whatever strikes your fancy.

Participants will supply items that can be found around the home or at local stores (for example repositionable painters' tape, a squeegee/bowl scraper or old credit card). Everyone who signs up will receive a supply list and instructions on how best to set up their work area along with a link to the Zoom meeting. Twelve kits with materials for the workshop will be provided, with distribution priority given to the first 12 Franklin residents who sign up. Kits can be picked up at the library during the week before the workshop. Anyone that does not receive a kit can build their own with instructions on the supply list. A kit is not required to participate. For help with materials and more information about the workshop contact Jacqueline Volpe, The Creativity Curator at jbvdesignstudio by email at Information and the supply list will be posted on her website . To register, please visit .

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