the encaustic center
580 W. Arapaho Rd. #271, Richardson, Texas, 75080
Elizabeth Schowachert's two day
Ink, Brush, Paper Encaustic workshop
Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th, 10am to 4pm each day
$300. All Supplies Included! And there are MANY wonderful supplies!
In this course, Elizabeth will teach a number of specific techniques that combine encaustic medium with ink and or collage.
We will use traditional Asian Calligraphy tools, such as:
- Black ink
- Asian Calligraphy Brush (1 provided)
- Sumi-E Scroll Paper 13X55 (5 Sheets)
With these tools we will paint on paper to create 13 X 55 inch scrolls and smaller works on paper using Asian Black ink (Sumi-E ink) and Walnut ink.
We will also learn various collage applications using ink paintings, printed/Joss paper and encaustic medium using a hot iron. These will be adhered to a panel.
1. 1 12x24 panel
2. 2 12X12 panels
3. 1 10 inch Asian Calligraphy Brush
4. Red Scroll Paper 6.5 X 55
5. Joss Paper to share
6. Black Liquid Ink
7. Sumi-E Scroll Paper 13 X 55 (5 Sheets)
Elizabeth will be bringing special brushes and papers from Taiwan for sale at the workshop!
Born and raised in Northern California, I have always had a deep appreciation and affinity with the sea and the natural beauty of the Northern California coastline. My paintings reflect my bond with nature and deep love of nature and organic forms. For me, discovery and creative exploration are an essential part of making art. My work is as much about the process of discovery, as it is about the articulation of an idea, a feeling or a place. Creating art is an essential part of who I am and my hope is that my work reflects the deep passion and joy I feel when I am painting. I have been working with encaustic medium for a number of years and love the versatility of the medium.
More recently I have incorporated collage, ink on paper and wax resist techniques into my work. This expansion of my creative process has been heavily influence by my life experiences. I have been traveling to Asia for 16 years and over time, and feel a strong pull towards Asia’s rich culture and beautiful and sophisticated art. When I am there, I often find myself immersed in everyday places, markets, temples, neighborhoods and each leaves a mark that eventually finds its way into my work. I also find the tools (Asian brushes, inks and papers) compelling and beautiful each in their own way. I have been traveling to Asia for 16 years and over time have developed a strong affinity with Asian culture, and thier beautiful/sophisticated art forms and practices.
Due to the space requirements, we can only have 12 people in this workshop. Spaces fill quickly! Please confirm availability and send your payment to secure your space.
Cost and payment:
The cost of the workshop is $300.00 Choose the option to pay in full or:
A $100.00 non-refundable deposit holds your space.
Please register asap; these spaces fill up quickly!
Balance due: August 5th, 2017: $200.00
In the event of cancellation after August 5th, 2017, $190 will be refunded only if someone from the waiting list is able to attend. Non-payment of the $200.00 balance on or before August 5th could result in the loss of your space. A reminder will be sent for your payment.
- PayPal to bonny at theencausticcenter.com or request a paypal invoice.
$100 Deposit - Click Pay Now to make a $100 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot:
- Check to The Encaustic Center, 580 W Arapaho Rd. #271, Richardson, TX, 7508
- Credit card by calling Bonny at 214.405.5993
- Cash at The Bonny Studio or The Encaustic Center