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Location: Portland, Oregon
I'm excited to offer a 2-day workshop on using the Encaustic Painting Iron with artist Bethany Handfield of Exploring Encaustic! You'll learn the basics of working with the painting iron through making abstract and landscape style paintings on special painting cards.
As you can see from the video above, this is a very different approach from my classes where we paint on panel, but these new techniques can be used on panel as well. For this class we will paint on different types of papers, plus explore easy collage and stamping techniques. Everyone will go home with several completed paintings on paper and the knowledge to keep working on your own. Confirmation, directions to my studio and additional information will be emailed to each student upon registration.
Space is limited to 6 students so classes fill quickly. Students leave class with several completed projects.
Cancellation and Liability Policies
Cancellation at least 30 days before the class date = full refund or may change to another class without penalty.
Cancellation 30 days or less before the class date = full refund minus a $50 cancellation fee only if the space is filled by another paying student.
No show = no refund.
By registering for this class you agree to assume all responsibility for non-refundable expenses including but not limited to travel and lodging. Travel insurance is encouraged.
If the workshop is canceled by the instructor, you will receive a full refund. If another instructor must be substituted for Linda Robertson due to illness or emergency you will have the option to attend the class with the substitute instructor or cancel/reschedule without penalty.
Should any injuries occur during or as a result of participation in any class or workshop, the registered student agrees to indemnify
and hold harmless Linda Robertson and all employees, instructors and volunteers connected with Linda Robertson Arts.