Encaustic Workshops With Paula Roland
Encaustic consists of melted beeswax combined with pigment (color) and a natural resin hardener. In Encaustic Monotype Printing, encaustic is applied to a heated metal plate and transferred to paper. Images are one-of-a kind and no press is used! The process is spontaneous and freeing. Paula Roland is a pioneer of the encaustic monotypes taking it from obscurity to popular encaustic practice. She is a seasoned guide and a catalyst for artists looking to find a unique path with encaustic painting and printimaking.
2020 WORKSHOP CALENDAR
April 15-19 MONOTYPE AND SILKSCREEN IN CHICAGO: Alternative Routes FULL--GET ON WAIT LIST!
May 15-17 DIPPED AND SATURATED (+Carbon)
July 28-31 COLD WAX AND MIXED MEDIA MONOTYPES
August 25-28 TRANSLUCENT PAPER AND LIGHT
September 25-28 MARK-MAKING / MONOTYPE / CARBON LAB MASH UP!
Want to add a post- workshop work-day? CONTACT PAULA for details.
Joanne Mattera "Roland...has been the contemporary impetus behind the encaustic monotype movement. Through her work, she is a role model for what is possible creatively in the medium."
Hylla Evans, Evans Encaustics "Paula Roland teaches a most comprehensive encaustic monotype class in her Santa Fe studio. The Intro class is well beyond an introduction, ...beyond even her excellent DVD...students leave with solid working knowledge and a very wide range of means and methods, Paula helps artists move their art forward as only this incredible teacher and the Roland HotBox™ allow."