C516 Calligraphic Cold Wax
In this class, you will be introduced to the various supplies used to create interesting and expressive abstract paintings using Cold Wax Medium and oil paints. Because this is a new media to most calligraphers, most supplies will be provided. The class will explore the many ways to build up or subtract from the various layers built with the oil paints. Marks will be made through the layers, exposing the history of the work. Asemic writing can also be added to these intriguing works of art and formal pen lettering can be collaged within the layers. The class will also work through the traditional principles and elements of design to create a cohesive and thoughtful abstract work.
- Arches oil paper tablet 12" x 16"
- Masking tape
- Roll of freezer paper
- Gamblin Cold Wax: 16 oz can
- 3 – 4 palette knives
- Catalyst mini blade 01
- Gamblin Oil Paint: warm white, 37 ml
- Any Color Shapers that you might have
- Removable glue stick
- Your favorite writing supplies
- A few sheets of layout paper
- Paper towels
Mixed media, acrylic paints, pastels. calligraphy, bookbinding, and ﬁber arts: JACQUELINE has loved them all since she ﬁrst discovered each medium. She has a degree in graphic design and worked for many years as a publication, marketing and advertising designer, but her passion has always been with color and paint, no matter what the surface. Personal artistic development has been a lifeline as she works her way through the challenges life has brought. Her mixed media, book art, calligraphic and acrylic work has been shown in galleries and top juried art fairs throughout the U.S. and Canada. Jacqueline’s work has been published in Somerset Studio Magazine, Cloth Paper and Scissors Magazine, The Book, The Best of Cloth, Paper and Scissors, and the Best of Acrylic Works, numbers 6 and 7, published by F & W Media. She believes that asking “what if?” and keeping a spirit of adventure and discovery is important as she follows her creative path. Jacqueline lives and paints in Cincinnati, Ohio.