Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility • Daniella Woolf
The Workshop “Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility” featuring Encaustic Artist & Instructor Daniella Woolf is a “how-to” with 12 sections of instruction — rust, stencils, embellishing, transfers, studio practice and many themes explored.
The Workshop “Encaustic with a Textile Sensibility” featuring Encaustic Artist & Instructor Daniella Woolf is a wonderful exploration of everything from the fundamentals of studio setup through a range of projects designed to keep you busy for hours with your hot wax.
Loaded with inspiration from her family, walks with her dogs, lost and found objects and eccentric keepsakes from relatives — Daniella dips, brushes, stamps and colors with encaustic wax in this incredible workshop.
It is great for people who are interested in taking an encaustic workshop, need a refresher after a workshop, interested in Daniella’s take on the subject, or for those who are merely curious about this fascinating ancient method for creating art from wax, colorant and resin.
Updates to the current edition include: suggested projects, narratives, more sumptuous artwork, and loads of imagery in a combined eBook.
Visit Daniella Woolf’s website for inspiration to her work and further understanding of her methods and instruction.
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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