May 10, 2017

Wax on Wednesdays Let's Try It Study with Masking Fluid



This week for Wax on Wednesdays a little technique study with Masking fluid ! 
I fell in love with the fine tip applicator on the masking fluid and saw a wonderful opportunity for some fine line abstract mark making and adding wonderful contrast . Usually before I begin a formal painting with a new tool , medium, etc I will try it out in lots of different ways to see what works and what doesn't. 
I tried the masking fluid on several different papers with both Pan Pastels and R and F oil paint sticks as pigments . I also experimented with removing the masking fluid both before and after the papers had been waxed with encaustic medium. 






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List of Supplies I used this week : 

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                     ( fine line is the fluid I used in the video)
                                           
                                        

If you enjoyed this weeks video and want to learn more of the wonders of encaustic and paper , join me for 
"Encausticology Paper Journey "
 online workshop ! 
You can register here or in the 
This is a self paced workshop with no time limits or expiration dates ! over 12 hours of projects including how to create your own encaustic paints. 

Join me for a live encaustic workshop ?
I will be teaching a full fun day of encaustic on June 17 at Plaza Art Kenwood location 
in Cincinnati Ohio .
For details and to register click 
or email me at shari.replogle5@gmail.com

 
Blessings,
Shari 

2 comments:

  1. Hi Shari, beautifully done as always. Adore the water feel many of your pieces have! I would love to see some of how you frame/display your work..have any suggestions to share? Many thanks!

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  2. Hi Shari,
    Just signed up for your Kenwood class. I also signed my daughter up as a birthday gift. I still have all my stuff in storage after moving but I hope to be "playing with paper" soon! See you in June, Pam

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