On Thursday night, I co-hosted an Encaustic Wax Party with Goose Ridge Winery, Woodinville Tasting Room, at The Studio. It was a night of Wine, Encaustic Art and Friends. It is true, I have as much fun at these parties as the guest do. RESERVE your party HERE.
Thank you ladies for celebrating your birthdays at The Studio! Hope you enjoyed learning about the encaustic process and had fun! Your creations are beautiful: Get creative with studio owner and instructor, Jamie Eppenauer, who will guide participants from start to finish to create an encaustic masterpiece. Two hour party is for up to… Read More
We had a really fun night sharing Wine and Wax with this group of Law Students from Seattle University. They started with some wine tasting in Woodinville, then came to the Studio for a fun and relaxing evening of creativity. ABOUT THE WINE AND WAX PARTIES: A Little about Encaustics: Encaustic painting is one of… Read More
Part of an encaustic series on the idea of “Home” inspired by my work with homeless people in Seattle. I actually took this photo near the end of an 8 mile hike in Patagonia. My work with homeless people has me reflecting on life and how it is a walk in the woods. And how… Read More
It was great to be back to classes at Picket Fence Art Studio this week. We enjoyed binding our encaustic journals in the Thursday morning adult class. Thanks again to Erin Keane for teaching me how to make these beautiful encaustic journals. I am thinking about adding a Tuesday Evening Adult Class (6:00 – 8:00)… Read More
We were busy with encaustics in our Adult and Middle/High School Classes this week. As a reminder, The Studio will be closed Oct 26th to November 8th. We will reopen with all classes the weeks of November 9th and the 16th. Thanksgiving is the week of November 23rd. We will have class on Tuesday… Read More
We are learning new encaustic techniques each week in the Adult Class. We have one more of week of playing in the wax. Join our email list to be notified of future encaustic classes.
Our Middle and High School class dug into encaustics on Wednesday evening. The creativity was flowing. What we Made: What we Learned: Encaustic painting is one of the world’s oldest art forms! The earliest applications of encaustic wax paint were done by the artists of Ancient Greece – hence the Greek word “enkaustikos” meaning… Read More