The Encaustic Minimalist • Daniella Woolf
Daniella Woolf is ‘the Encaustic Minimalist’ as she teaches how to do a lot more with considerably less. Less can mean using fewer materials, but can also mean creating a ‘container’ of limited items to explore in many different ways. A wonderful workshop full of new techniques, developing your work practice, and producing a masterful series of art.
The Encaustic Minimalist - Workshop Preview
Daniella Woolf teaches Encaustic with a minimalist twist!
As an artist, my studios speaks to the variety and complexity of materials and inspiration that I can draw upon. But what if I had to do more with less?
How do I choose what tools, materials, and inspiration to draw from to create more with less, and how would the results appear?
- 2.5 Hours of HD Video Tutorials
- 100 page Workshop eBook
- Updated links to wonderful websites and sources of supply
This encaustic workshop and accompanying videos and suggested projects will provide the viewer with ideas on how to get started doing a lot more with considerably less. It is the ideal investment for an artist who desires to broaden their portfolio and create some wonderful art with a minimal investment of materials. — Daniella Woolf
Daniella Woolf is the author of several books on Encaustic as well as our couse instructor for several wonderful workshops.
A talented mixed media artist, she works on many texile and paper products and produces a range of stencils available from Stencil Girl Products.
Her teaching has inspired a new generation of encaustic artists including Bethany Handfeld whose work is highlighted in this feature article (image right).
Daniella Woolf, Encaustic Textile Artist • About the Instructor
Daniella Woolf is an artist, author, curator and instructor in encaustic, fiber and mixed media. She describes her work as ‘an amalgamation of materiality, mathematics and repetition’ and her preferred medium is encaustic because of the versatility it offers. Formerly a founding partner of Wax Works West, a school for the encaustic arts, Daniella is currently exploring stenciling and multi-dimensional paper mixed media art as well as enjoying walks along the Santa Cruz Coast, California, where she lives with her wife, Kim.
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