I am continuing to work on hidden messages and layers of wax. This work in progress features a favorite poem of mine called "Peace" by Sara Teasdale. I have "written" the poem into several layers of wax using Saral transfer paper (wonderful product!), and have embedded a photo of the Madonna's reflection I captured in Rome. Is it finished? Time will tell.
Offered most “first” Fridays of the month: August 7, September 4, November 6 (NO open encaustic studios during the months of October & December). Come and play with warm encaustic wax in a safe studio environment! $35 for each session, or $45 if you wish to have 4 fluid ounces of clear encaustic medium provided. RSVP with Lisa JonesMoore by email: firstname.lastname@example.org (please, no calls to ArtWorks).
LOCATION: ArtWorks in downtown Edmonds, WA, at 2nd & Dayton. WHEN: Most “first” Fridays of the month (except for October & December 2015) from 1-5 pm.
Your fee includes: Access to the ArtWorks facility for the afternoon, all heated tools and equipment, 4 fluid ounces of clear encaustic medium (upon request) and a SAFE studio environment. Requirements: you are familiar with the encaustic process, are a practicing artist or have taken a basic encaustic class within the last 12 months.
My web gallery is no longer located at www.artid.com/jonesmoore. I have a beautiful NEW website that includes new work, and information about all of my upcoming encaustic and mixed media classes: www.jonesmoorestudioart.com
Many "thanks" to my talented daughter, Jen, of Jennifer Moore Design for her countless hours and patience in designing this new website for me! When I learn how, I will be moving this blog over to my website. But for now, this is still the place for all current happenings and updates, as well as on my Jones•Moore Studio Art Facebook page.
|Storm I, encaustic monotype, Lisa JonesMoore 2014|
It's here! Please visit my brand NEW website, designed by my daughter, Jennifer, of Jennifer Moore Design. Leave a comment on my site's "Comment" page, if you wish, and tell me what you think! This will be updated regularly about all things encaustic: my upcoming classes, shows and new work.