Encaustic Painting with Beeswax and Resin: A Columbia Art Center Instructional Video

Encaustic painting is an ancient form of painting that uses melted beeswax and resin mixed with colored pigments. Students will learn to make encaustic paint, apply wax to 3-D surfaces and use a heat gun,torch or small hand tools to manipulate the surface and create a subtle or bold finish.

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by | July 31, 2013 · 6:00 am

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