the encaustic center
580 W. Arapaho Rd. #271, Richardson, Texas, 75080
The Encaustic Center PROUDLY Announces Guest Artist / Instructor
Photography and Encaustic
Saturday, October 24th and Sunday, October 25th, 2020
New Two Day format details TBA
Click on an image below to see a slideshow from the workshop.
See all of the images from the workshop in our Flickr album
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
Join fellow artists and photographers for a full day of learning the art of encaustic wax to enhance your photography. Teacher and award-winning and published photographer, Kayla Barker will teach you how to turn your photography into wax infused photographs which are encapsulated with a mixture of hot beeswax and tree sap and enhanced with oil paint. This process, known as encaustic, is one of the oldest forms of painting. During this workshop, Kayla will be sharing the history, art form and steps to using encaustic wax to enhance your imagery. Join Kayla for a full day of learning the art of encaustic wax to enhance photography. The day will include instruction for the creation of six pieces and learning about:
Supplies to bring:
Send images to Kayla:
In preparation, Kayla asks that you send her 6 jpegs of photos you would like her to print out for this workshop. The jpegs should be high resolution (at least 2000 pixels on the long edge). Please send color and black and white. Images with a strong focal point and no busy details work best.
Please contact Kayla directly for questions and any further information on sending your images. email@example.com
Suggested Supplies if you'd like to purchase your own:
Kayla Barker is an award-winning and published film photographer based in Midland, Texas that travels around the world for her commissioned work. Kayla uses film cameras, old and new, that range from $40 to $4,000 as her medium to photograph places and details that inspire her. Kayla especially loves the nostalgic look of film for her work.
Her fine art film photography is available for purchase as wax infused photographs which are encapsulated with a mixture of hot beeswax and tree sap and enhanced with oil paint. This process, known as encaustic, is one of the oldest forms of painting. Kayla uses encaustic to fuse together her realistic view of the world and parts of her imagination. She layers and distorts the wax to bring texture, depth and feeling to her photographs and art.
Small glimpses captured on film and forever documented in how they existed at that time, Kayla’s artwork is an expression of how she views the world. Through her work, she lets the past continue to live on and evoke emotions in the present.
Due to the space requirements, we can only have 12 people in this workshop. Spaces fill quickly! Please confirm availability and send your deposit to hold your space.
Cost and payment:
The cost of the workshop is $TBD
A $100.00 non-refundable non-transferable deposit holds your space.
Please register asap; these spaces fill up quickly!
In the event of cancellation after the workshop is paid in full by TBD will be refunded only if someone from the waiting list is able to attend.
Non-payment of the $200.00 balance on or before TBD could result in the loss of your space. A reminder will be sent for your payment.
PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org or request a paypal invoice.
via Zelle to email@example.com
Check to The Encaustic Center, 580 W Arapaho Rd. #271, Richardson, TX, 75080
Credit card by calling Bonny at 214-405-5993
Cash at The Bonny Studio or The Encaustic Center holds your space, please email Bonny to schedule a time: firstname.lastname@example.org