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Synopsis : Encaustic Revelation written by Patricia B. Seggebruch, published by North Light Books which was released on 2014. Download Encaustic Revelation Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Offers step-by-step demonstrations from nine artists that showcase innovative techniques used in encaustic painting, and features such special projects as sculpting with foam and wax, dying fabrics, and creating collages. -- Offers step-by-step demonstrations from nine artists that showcase innovative techniques used in encaustic painting, and features such special projects as sculpting with foam and wax, dying fabrics, and creating collages.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014 - Publisher: North Light Books
Offers step-by-step demonstrations from nine artists that showcase innovative techniques used in encaustic painting, and features such special projects as sculpting with foam and wax, dying fabrics, and creating collages.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-05-10 - Publisher: Parkstone International
Encaustic painting is one of the world’s most venerable art forms, having been practised consistently around the world since the ancient Egyptians first used it to decorate sarcophagi, and enjoying continuing popularity in the modern era with artists such as Paul Klee and Diego Rivera. In this new text, Jennifer Margell offers readers a comprehensive introduction to the medium, featuring instructive how-tos for encaustic art beginners, revealing interviews with some of the most celebrated practitioners of the medium, and a gallery featuring one of the largest published collections of encaustic art to date.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001 - Publisher: Watson-Guptill
Encaustic is a waxed-based painting medium characterized by luminous color and a lush surface. It's an ancient art, dating as far back as Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, and today is enjoying a revival. Here is the first comprehensive guide available on mastering this beautiful yet demanding medium. In The Art of Encaustic Painting, readers will learn surefire ways to achieve vibrant color and create surfaces that look as light as a wash or as densely textured as impasto. They will see how to produce effects from abstract to figurative to minimal. Finally, they will discover dozens of clear, step-by-step directions detailing how to use these various encaustic techniques in their own art. This remarkable reference also includes 200 attractive full-color photographs of the author's own work, as well as stunning examples by such premier encaustic artists as Jasper Johns, Arthur Dove, and Nancy Graves.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-26 - Publisher: Penguin
In its purest form, encaustic painting is as simple as applying melted beeswax to an absorbent surface. In Encaustic Workshop, Revised Edition, it becomes much more: a dynamic medium where anything goes and the possibilities are endless. Packed with step-by-step techniques, helpful tips and diverse examples of completed works, Encaustic Workshop, Revised Edition brings an encaustic workshop to your own workspace. If you're a beginner, you'll find everything you need to know to get started. If you're more advanced, you'll discover things you never knew you could do with encaustic. In this revised 10th anniversary edition, learn about new materials, surfaces and techniques that will take your encaustic paintings to entirely new level.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-01-30 - Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Changing how we look at and think about the color grey Why did many of the twentieth century’s best-known abstract painters often choose grey, frequently considered a noncolor and devoid of meaning? Frances Guerin argues that painters (including Jasper Johns, Cy Twombly, Agnes Martin, Brice Marden, Mark Rothko, and Gerhard Richter) select grey to respond to a key question of modernist art: What is painting? By analyzing an array of modernist paintings, Guerin demonstrates that grey has a unique history and a legitimate identity as a color. She traces its use by painters as far back as medieval and Renaissance art, through Romanticism, to nineteenth- and twentieth-century modernism to show how grey is the perfect color to address the questions asked by painting within art history and to articulate the relationship between painting and the historical world of industrial modernity. A work of exceptional erudition, breadth, and clarity, presenting an impressive range of canonical paintings across centuries as examples, The Truth Is Always Grey is a treatise on color that allows us to see something entirely new in familiar paintings and encourages our appreciation for the innovation and dynamism of the color grey.