Wax on Wednesdays Abstract Landscape With Pan Pastels and Silver Leaf !

 Happy September to you!
This will be the last Wax on Wednesdays! for about 3 weeks,
 as I get ready to go to Country Living Magazine Fair in 
Columbus Ohio September 18-20.

And, some other exciting news to share with you, 
I will be moving in to a new art   studio 
in downtown Cincinnati in just a few days!

It is new to me, but in reality this 100 year old factory located in downtown Cincinnati  has been  housing private art studios to professional artists of all mediums now for over 15 years. 

So what are my  Feelings lately ?
Over the top excited, nervous, sleepless, terrified, happy , you get the idea :)
To curb my anxiety I just keep thinking
Awesome things about this studio are  :

 A Wall of Windows that are at least 12 feet high !
Ability to have proper filming space for videos and workshop filming.
Ability to host private and group workshops with you in the studio!
Proper working space , with a dedicated working time , without the distraction that maybe I should go 
scrub my toilets,  do laundry, or vacuum  . 
A wall of windows at least 12 feet high !

The Essex in Downtown Cincinnati  will be having their Fall Art Walk show just a couple of weeks after I move in on
October 2,3!!

Here is a snippet directly from their web site about this  show:

About the Essex Studios Art Walk The artists of Essex Studios open their working artist studios at the quarterly Art Walk events. The Art Walk takes place the first Friday & Saturday of October and December in 2014. Artists transform their studios into art gallery environments designed to showcase their particular media.

There are many wonderful artist collectives and studio complexes in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, but none of the other large group shows exhibit the depth and breadth of art featured at Essex Studios. The beauty of an Art Walk weekend is the unparalleled diversity of 
artists, artworks and patrons

If you are in the area , and would like to see the new studio ,
and all of the wonderful resident artists, and outside artists that display at this show come on by!

If you email me ahead and let me know  you are coming to the studio gallery/show, I  will have a signed , original, encaustic, postcard size work on paper , especially  for you, as a gift when you get here :))

Sometimes when you receive the post via email , the video does not show up. 
To view the video directly on the YouTube channel 
Supplies I used this week are:
R and F encaustic medium tinted white
6x6x1 1/2" cradle board
Shiva oil sticks
Pan Pastels
silver leaf 
clay tools
heat gun

Blessings to you,

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