Two Classes: Introductory to Cold Wax and Oil and Cold Wax and More
Ready for some fun? Cold wax medium is a malleable paste of beeswax, odorless mineral spirits, and resin. It mixes with oil paint to create a luscious surface that can be textured, smoothed, layered, incised, and scraped back. Emphasis in both classes is placed on the understanding of materials, supports, tools and techniques... Come to learn, have fun and get messy with this amazing medium! All supplies provided!
If this is your first Cold Wax an Oil Class you will want to take the morning session. The morning introductory class focuses on the fundamentals of cold wax.
The afternoon class is designed to take you to the next level. Collage elements are introduced as well as mixed media, more tools, and layering techniques. if you've taken the Introductory class previously, then this is the class for you. If not, sign up for the morning class as well and you will be ready to go for the Cold Wax and More class.
Cold Wax and More - For those who've taken the introductory class
LOCATION: The Studio, 102 S. Lincoln Ave
Bring an apron and messy paint clothes. You may also want to bring a box to safely transport your finished project or make arrangements to pick up the work at the gallery several days later. .
Class size is limited. Register and pay online or stop in at Studio Kay Gallery in Grand Island and register in person.
Kristine's education and experience in illustration and composition bring an original style, sensitivity, and craftsmanship to her work. She has offered numerous workshops in art centers and galleries and has a studio in Hastings Nebraska.
She has won numerous awards and exhibitions including Nebraska Arts Council, Longwell Museum, Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art and the Museum of Nebraska Art, She was featured in the April 2016 issue of Art and Architecture Magazine as an emerging artist to watch. Her work has been purchased for use on Hollywood movie sets, corporations, hospitals and private collectors as far away as Canada and Sri Lanka.
She and her family reside in the Hastings Nebraska where she finds inspiration in the always changing seasons, native grasses and vast prairie landscapes