9 thoughts on “Encaustics, Amy Stoner and Art with Jenn Mason

  1. It would have been VERY interesting if we could have had a look on what was the the window ; we couold have a look only on two items…. not enough to have an opinion…….

  2. I enjoyed the video blog entry.  I love group art & experimenting.  I got your point about trying conferences.  Keep ’em coming.  I also enjoyed the sky reflected in the gallery window.  I love summer.

    Sincerely, Colorsplash, Sue

  3. Smile, Jenn!

    And let us in on what the heck encaustic collage is, besides unsightly tin cans with colored wax dripping out of them. (I certainly hope there is more to this medium, anyhow!)

    Meanwhile, don’t quit your day job.

    Patricia McKenney

  4. I would have liked to see more of the wax balls stuck to the paper–explain what encaustic art is more clearly—who were some of the master artists that made encaustic art and why did artists want to work with wax? Look for encaustic wax conferences is not a very clear nor helpful comment: why should I?  what makes encaustic art special or different? what kinds of things can I do with encaustic? how will my art change? other than hanging encaustic art on the wall, what other things can I do with it?  

  5. I would have liked to see more of the wax balls stuck to the paper–explain what encaustic art is more clearly—who were some of the master artists that made encaustic art and why did artists want to work with wax? Look for encaustic wax conferences is not a very clear nor helpful comment: why should I?  what makes encaustic art special or different? what kinds of things can I do with encaustic? how will my art change? other than hanging encaustic art on the wall, what other things can I do with it?  

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