marianna Delafield wrote: > > -----Original Message----- > From: ricki fromkin <fromkinr> > To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu> > Date: Sunday, May 23, 1999 9:22 AM > Subject: encaustic paints > > >Hi, > > > >There is an Art exhibit at a small local museum that is featuring well > >known contemporary artists who have worked with encaustic paints. > > > >Has anyone done a lesson working with encaustic paints or making them? > >The process seems really cool, and although It could be dangerous I'm > >thinking about creating a lesson around the technique. > > > >Ricki in NJ > > > I would be interested in information on working with encaustic paints, and > also on making the material, if that is possible...do you have any > information? Thanks, Marianna
Right now I don't know too much about the process myself. I found a
couple of websites that explains how to make the material, etc., but I
haven't spent much time researching them (not enough time). I know the
process could be dangerous or maybe i should say hazardous, I guesss
depending on the materials you choose. That's why I posted my question,
to see if anyone was succesful working with the process.
When I am able to do more research, and have more info. I'll definitely
get back to you and anyone else who shares our interest.