Encaustic Classes at The Foundry Studio: August-September, 2016

The summer is hot, and many of you are traveling with your families. So, to accommodate more schedules, Open Studio classes are on a “by appointment” basis through September.Studio Images

Send me an email at sisleyblinnatgmail.com to set up work time. Set up as much time as you need, or set up a structured class (see below: Encaustic Open Studio). Let me know what you want to work on, how many are coming, and how much table space you will need. This is a great time to work on specific skills, or special projects!

Description: Encaustic Open Studio
Need space to work? Access to encaustic tools and materials? Inspiration or assistance? Sign up for work time/space on open studio days. Blocks of 3 hours are available for you to work independently, or with
instruction. Sign up for 1 block of time, or several:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and/or Saturday 10am-1pm
Wednesday, Thursday, and/or Friday 1-4pm
Wednesday, and/or Thursday 5-8pm
1, 3hr class, independent work: $36
1, 3hr class, with personal instruction: $45
4, 3hr classes, independent work: $125
4, 3hr classes, with personal instruction: $160
Choose your day and time. Email: Lisa at sisleyblinn@gmail.com to set up your class time.
Bring: Materials and personal tools for new work you are starting, or work that you are completing.
Adults 18+. Limit 8
Notes: Participants must already have knowledge of working safely with encaustic tools and materials. No experience? No worries. A beginner’s class that covers safety, and foundation techniques can be scheduled.

*Provided for all classes: A professional fine art encaustic studio
– 4, 36″x80″ work tables with dedicated hot plates, heat guns, support materials and tools for encaustic.
– Up to 4 chairs per table, as needed for participants and projects
– a 24″x48″ press bed etching press for printing encaustic-plexi plate monoprints/monotypes as well as traditional etchings and collagraphs. (coming soon)
– a printmaking work bench for inking plates and rolling up Akua water-based inks
– a Paula Roland Hot Box for encaustic monoprints/monotypes
– a large drying rack for class/workshop projects.
– a double-high flat file for storage demo/work station
– storage shelves for the studio, as well as class projects in progress
– bulk materials (beeswax, damar crystals) are available for purchase by class/workshop participants.
– some fine art papers, boards, chip brushes

The Foundry Art Centre
Studio #7-8
520 N. Main Center
St. Charles, MO 63301
FAC Spotlight: Lisa Sisley-Blinn

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Classes that will resume in October:

Encaustic Basics: 3 hr class
Saturday: 10 am-1 pm
New to encaustic? Learn the history of this beautiful, luminescent medium, studio set-up and safety, fusing with a heat gun, transparent and opaque painting techniques, creating texture, and layering collage materials. We will work small on a number of substrates. This overview will give you experience with the tools and medium, preparing you for more advanced classes.
Provided: All materials and tools
Bring: An open mind, and willingness to learn about a new art material
Age: Adult 18+. No prior art or painting experience required.
Cost: $65 cash or check
Email: Lisa at sisleyblinn@gmail.com to sign up for class. Limit 16

Encaustic Basics II: 3 hr class
Saturday: 10 am-1 pm
Continue learning more techniques, refine your image creation, and work in a professional art environment. You will learn how to create hard and soft edges, create low relief areas and textures with stencils, include image transfers, inlayed-line, and use a hand held torch for shellac burn. We will work small on a variety of substrates.
Provided: All materials and tools
Bring: Personal tools, or encaustic paint colors that you may already have and love.
Age: Adult 18+.
Cost:$65 cash or check
Email: Lisa at sisleyblinn@gmail.com to sign up for class. Limit 16
Note: Must have taken Encaustic Basics class, or have knowledge of working safely with encaustic tools and materials.

Encaustic Intensive: 6 hr
Saturday: 10 am-4 pm
Can’t wait to learn everything in the Encaustic Basic, and Encaustic Basic II classes? This 6 hour workshop is for you.
Bring a snack/lunch and a small notebook for this incredible information download! All the information in the
Basics and Basics II class are covered, plus more about substrates (papers, tiles, braced boards), and how to do an encaustic pour over existing work (drawing, print, photo on absorbent paper).
Provided: All materials and tools
Bring: All materials included
Age: Adult 18+. No prior art or painting experience required.
Cost: $100 cash or check
Email: Lisa at sisleyblinn@gmail.com to sign up for class. Limit 8

Provided for all classes: A professional fine art encaustic studio
– 4, 36″x80″ work tables with dedicated hot plates, heat guns, support materials and tools for encaustic.
– Up to 4 chairs per table, as needed for participants and projects
– a 24″x48″ press bed etching press for printing encaustic-plexi plate monoprints/monotypes as well as   traditional etchings and collagraphs. (coming soon)
– a printmaking work bench for inking plates and rolling up Akua water-based inks
– a Paula Roland Hot Box for encaustic monoprints/monotypes
– a large drying rack for class/workshop projects.
– a double-high flat file for storage demo/work station
– storage shelves for the studio, as well as class projects in progress
– bulk materials (beeswax, damar crystals) are available for purchase by class/workshop participants.
– some fine art papers, boards, chip brushes, and starter paint sets available.

Email me or come in and sign up for classes. Studio #7-8.
Lisa

The Foundry Art Centre 
520 N. Main Center
St. Charles, MO 63301

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