1. Process Video: Encaustic Mobile Project


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    Video recorded in-progress with: Canon Rebel t3i iPhone 5s + Spark Camera Sound recorded in-critique with: Zoom h5

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    • Erin Keane- Encaustic Journals


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      They say that an artist's work reflects their life. In this case, Erin Keane hand stitches her creative spirit into each encaustic journal. Every step in her process is purposeful and personal - from meticulously designing the imagery, to hand tearing paper for pages and hand sewing the spine of each book, even creating a signature stitch for her butterfly books. Her art making journey is a frenzy of creative energy as well as a calming meditation that soothes and brings tranquility. Encaustic beeswax, normally reserved for wall art, makes the journal a precious keepsake as well as a functional tool. Even if the pages are left blank, the book can be displayed on a shelf as sculptural art to be admired and cherished (and to perhaps beckon oneself to scribble down a line or two). Admire more of Erin Keane's work on her website, or in several locations around Asheville, NC. www.ErinKeane.com Artist Statement: I have been smitten with encaustic and bookbinding for many years. They were separate entities in my creative life — the art and the craft, the experimental and the meditative — and I craved a convergence, a meeting of the minds. Hence my encaustic journals were developed. Since childhood I have cherished and coveted blank books. Although I keep diaries, sketchbooks, and visual journals, I am also an artist who wants to honor the blank book for what it is. A work of art that happens to be bound with exquisite stitchery. A conversation piece. A vessel full of untapped possibilities. I have an affinity towards beautiful natural places and comfortable home spaces, and often construct intuitive landscapes and interiors. I aim to convey a feeling of hushing and holding, of peace and tranquility, and of awe with our surrounding beauty. Video by www.studiomisha.com

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      • Hydraulics by Carlos Ortega Design


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        A hydraulic cement tray results from the application of an industrial process for tile making. We find this highly skilled industrial process really interesting, as it relies on specialist labour rather than technology investment. The process involves cement, sand, granite and marble dust recycled from the natural stone industry (Saw dust waste). Music: Kalunga by Paracadutista (http://www.7argh.com/discos-artista/paracadutista/) Find out more on www.carlosortegadesign.net

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        • Shawna Moore--Encaustic Paintings


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          Shawna Moore is an established, professional painter and encaustic artist living in Whitefish, Montana. She exhibits her work nationally in galleries and regional museums. Anchored by the use of color and the immediacy of art making, Moore has spent the past 20 years developing and refining her artistic process and intention. Her art integrates elements of painting and drawing, and reflects both her education in architecture and fine art, and her inventive and experimental nature. In recent years, the ancient method of encaustic painting is Moore’s medium of choice. This unique and dynamic technique incorporates pigmented bees wax, which is heated, re-worked, etched and scuffed to achieve dimensional depth. As each layer cools, another can be applied, resulting in a radiant and complex terrain of light, color and texture.

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          • Shawna Moore--Artist Movie


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            Witness a day in the life of Montana artist Shawna Moore. Her unique techniques and the use of encaustic paint combined with her contemplative approach result in paintings filled with light and life, time and space.

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            • Hot Rock


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              After returning from a tour of Iceland last year, I began experimenting with encaustic painting. Using hot, pigmented wax, you build the work up in layers, fusing one to the next with heat as you go. It’s a very sculptural and dynamic way to create. From powerful volcanic explosions to close-up studies of the fossilised bubbles of pumice and lava, I've put together this little video to try and give some insight as to my thoughts behind the work.

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              • Ron Eady - artist interview on the Space Channel - TV show Innerspace


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                Interview at my Hamilton studio with the Space Channel for the TV show Innerspace which aired in January. Focusing on my figurative paintings, sculptures and my studio oddities and props.

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                • Lisa Semler Studio


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                  • Contemporary New Jersey Artist uses Beeswax as medium to Paint


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                    New Jersey based artist Jim Inzero co directed this glimpse of his life through art using an ancient technique called Encaustic, which is a form that utilizes beeswax and a blowtorch.

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                    • The Order of Things: The Art of Johanna Goodman


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                      Encaustic Artist, Johanna Goodman talks about her 40 years as a working artist.

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