Hot Art: Basic Encaustic Techniques 2-Day Workshop with Victoria Eubanks
This a high energy, hands-on encaustic workshop for adults. We will explore a variety of encaustic techniques, including making medium and paint, prepping substrates, fusing wax, layering translucent color, adding and reducing texture, masking, stencils, mark making, image transfer techniques and more. All materials provided, just bring your creativity and go home with art.
Victoria Eubanks brings thirty years of graphic sensibility and design experience to her art studio. She consciously stepped away from her computer, a national cliental and flourishing design business to pursue her interest in fine art.
Victoria served on the board of directors at Arts Students League of Denver 2016-19, where she also teaches encaustic workshops. Recent recognition includes a coveted Best of Summer Art Market award, Best in Fine Art award from the Castle Rock Chamber, and Featured Artist for the Fine Art Market at the Arvada Center. Victoria has twice curated the biannual WAX Stories juried exhibition in Denver. She is a long time member of the MIX Co-op in the Arts District on Santa Fe, Denver and a founding member of EXPAND artists, who exhibit together. She is a member of the Encaustic Arts Institute and the International Encaustic Artists.
Victoria’s artwork has been included in over 60 exhibitions and in numerous corporate collections, including University of Colorado, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, University of Colorado Health Centers, High Plains Consulting, Red Peak Development, LTP Wealth Management and Polsinelli Law Firm. Her work can be seen locally at Niza Knoll Gallery and Westward Gallery, Denver and on line at VictoriaEubanksArt.com.
Victoria Eubanks has a passion for teaching. She has developed and taught creative workshops at Arapahoe Community College, the Breckenridge Arts District, Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO, the Curtis Arts Center, Greenwood Village, CO and the Art Students League of Denver, where she is a faculty member.
Statement About the Work… I paint with molten wax, using heat to fuse the brushstrokes. I dig and scrape the surface. I can smell the honey in the beeswax, feel the heat and the texture beneath my fingers, see the piece develop in my hands. I look for connections. I let the piece tell the story.
I am continually fascinated by connections, that interweaving of stuff; pathways, neighborhoods, artifacts, friends, family, etc. All the physical and emotional threads we share is are a constant source of wonderment for me. My art explores these connections. As you read this, we are now connected. Amazing!
August 23-23, 2020
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
$260 tuition plus $35 materials fee