Wax on Wednesdays Encaustic Painting Paper Mache Bowl Vessels
Happy Wax on Wednesdays !
This week working 3 dimensionally on some encaustic vessels.
These vessels are some of my paper mâché bowls that are
dried and ready to be painted with encaustic.
Paper mâché is the perfect substrate for encaustic because it is
sturdy, absorbant , and accepts the wax beautifully in a HUGE
variety of ways .
Any pigments that are used in painting with encaustic on panel
can be used on these forms.
This week I am prepping these bowls for painting. They are beautiful with
just translucent layers of wax and can be left just like this.
Next week I will be adding some pigments to them in
part 2 of this month's series.
If you would like to dive in to the working with
encaustic 3 dimensionally,
"Encausticology Wax And Symbolism"
online workshop is Packed full of step
by step how to projects , techniques, and creating
with a huge variety of different substrates , for working
with wax in 3 dimensional forms.
You can join and see all of the details HERE
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