We begin by introducing and experimenting with proven encaustic techniques. Then, you’ll apply these methods and create your own masterpiece. For best results, we recommend working on multiple canvasses because each layer requires time to cool before adding the next layer. Keep in mind that it may take up to 10 layers to construct your image, each contributing something unique to the final product.
We hold small group classes which means that programs are suited for varied abilities. Therefore we welcome participants who are new to encaustic and those with some experience.
All materials are included in the registration fee.
Loretta Puckrin has been creating since pre-school, with, “… whatever I could get my hands on!” Initially trained in radio and television, Loretta went on to own a print shop with 45 staff. The shop provided many creative opportunities in graphic arts and in working with teams. Loretta holds a Certificate of Fine Arts from the University of Alberta.
She works in wood, fibre, metal, paints of all types, pen, pencil, words and any combination thereof. Loretta loves learning new things and is currently exploring using multiple colours of clay to create something that can be clear glazed and still very colourful.
See Loretta’s work here