Sculptural Encaustic vessels, 23rd November 2019, East Clare

120.00

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Description

Description of the workshop

Vessel, From Old Frenchvaissel , implies a container, a chalice but also a ship or a boat.

‘I am fascinated with the sacred nuances of the word Vessel, for carrying something precious and unique, a treasure which should be protected and adored.’

You are invited to join Isabelle for a full day workshop where artists will be introduce to the creation of sculptural free standing encaustic vessels.

During this workshop, Isabelle will take encaustic artwork to another level, where you will be exploring the sculptural and light carrying quality of the medium in a 3D form.

Each artwork made by the participants will be one of a kind encaustic vessel, made with pure beeswax, Damar resin and natural pigments.

Encaustic is an ancient medium used in Ancient Egypt to create paintings and sculptures, involving pure natural beeswax melted with Damar resin, to which natural pigments may be added. This process will harden and add transparency, vibrancy and lustre to the artwork.

 

Details:

Date: Saturday 23rd November

Time: 10-4pm

Location: Whitegate, East Clare

Cost: €120, including all materials. Also a pdf printout containing all the information you need as well as a list of suppliers.

Class limited to 4 participants.

Important note: Due to the high demand for  my workshops this year, all places on all workshops are limited and sold on a first-booked, first-served basis, which means that you will need to secure your space  as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

 

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Once you register I will provide you with information on travel as well as directions to my studio and how to prepare for your workshop session.

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