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ENCAUSTIC MONOTYPE WORKSHOP

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Oct 1,2016 -     Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ATTENDANCE. Email rosemary@wnybookarts.org for details Encaustic Monotype Workshop Saturday, October 1st / 12-3pm  Cost: $60 (Members $50) Instructor: Mark Lavatelli

Create one-of-a-kind prints on paper with encaustic, a unique medium consisting of heated beeswax and pigment. Using brushes and other tools, you will create images on a sheet of anodized aluminum, heated by lightbulbs, and transfer them effortlessly to Japanese papers.

Mark Lavatelli has been painting with encaustic for 27 years and has been making encaustic monotypes since 2007. He is currently Professor of Humanities at Medaille College in Buffalo.

We are running a special for participants: Buy one Registration, get one FREE! BOGO Customers please purchase one Registration, but in the Name field, write down both participants names. Thanks! Or, take advantage of our 1/2 off deal!

Pre-payment is required for all workshops at WNYBAC. You can pay online, by phone, or by mail. If you would like to send a check, please email info@wnybookarts.org to let us know. If you would like to pay over the phone, please call 716-348-1430. All workshops will take place at the WNY Book Arts Center and have no prerequisite knowledge required unless otherwise noted. A cancellation fee of $25 will be assessed if cancelled less than 1 week ahead of the workshop. Cancellations with less than 48 hours will not receive a refund. Sold out classes will accept a waiting list.    


Location


Western New York Book Arts Center
468 Washington Street
Buffalo, New York 14203


Registration is closed for this event.
For more information or questions, please email:
info@wnybookarts.org

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our funders listed below, for providing support to WNYBAC's ongoing programs taking place throughout Western New York:

NYSCA M & T Art 4 Moore Zenger Group Evans Bank Community Foundation Baird Foundation
Cameron Jane Wendt Foundation StoryGrowing