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Encaustic is the application of heated beeswax containing colored pigments to a surface. This wonderfully manipulative technique dates back to Egyptian portraits from 100-300CE and can be used to create eerily beautiful works of contemporary art. Learn about grounds, application and color, scraping and incising, masking, photo application and collage, stenciling and much more. Special fee includes all supplies except the photographs to be used, these will be discussed during the first workshop. Class is limited to 8.