Constance Wooldridge Lifelong Artist, Experienced Instructor, Mentor
Caution, IT’S HOT!
We need a heat source to melt the coloured waxes to be able to paint with them. Three thousand years ago, the artist had to make a charcoal fire and keep it at the exact right temperature for painting, so that was very difficult. He had to make his own coloured waxes too.
Nowadays, painting with wax is much easier – we can use special electric tools, like the painting iron or the stylus (a heated brush or pen) and ready-made coloured waxes.
Children - Fee: $90
Time: Sat. 2 pm - 4 pm OR Wed. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Teenagers - Fee: $100
Time:Sat. 10:00 am
Adults - Fee: $100
Time: Thurs. 10:00 am - 12:00 pm OR
Tues. 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Trinity Treasures : This is a group of seniors, ladies and gentlemen, who, as part of a Senior Outreach Program at Trinity Anglican Church, 115 Charlotte St. Saint John, New Brunswick, who meet there for acrylic painting classes on Tuesdays, 10 am till 12 pm. Please contact us for more information!
Private Instruction : Contact me for further details.
*Encaustic? What IS that? It is the technique of painting with molten beeswax was developed more than 3000 years ago! Back in time, people decorated war ships, marble statues and walls of tombs with wax paintings.
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What knowledge you will attain while attending?
Still life. Portraiture. Landscapes. Life Drawing. Perspective. Light. Shading. Pencil. Charcoal. Colored Pencil. Pastel. Conte. Watercolor. Acrylic. Gouache. Clay. Encaustic Wax. Medium of Choice.