ENCAUSTIC WORKSHOPS 2014:
I am offering 2 encaustic workshops in my studio in the next 2 months – Sun.2/23 and Sat 3/8. Each workshop will be 3 hours from 1pm – 4pm and will cost $75.00 I will provide a safety handout and a fundamental understanding of the process of working in encaustics. Included are the materials to be used in class, 3 substrates (wooden panels) so that you can take home your finished work and of course instruction! Come have FUN creating with wax in my studio!
You can either pay immediately with Paypal or send me check to secure a place in the class. Call me if you need my home address 303-517-0283. I will only take 3 students at a time so if you have a friend that wants to join you it would be best to sign up together!
CONTACT ME to see many new oil and encaustic studies from the garden done over the winter, spring, summer and fall of 2013. ” A Season in the Garden” series. The oils, encaustics and drawings are fresh, energetic and vibrant. Please click on tab for OPEN STUDIOS 2013 to see what is available and also AVAILABLE WORK.. You can call me directly at 303-517-0283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for visiting my site!
Currently I have many paintings on display at the Lotus House, 511 Marine Street, Boulder, CO. 80302. This house is for sale and the work can be seen by appointment. Contact me @ 303-517-0283 or the realtor Sue Jo Puterbaugh @ 303-514-5514. De. 2013 – until the house sells.
My work is about color, nature, joy and discovery. I draw inspiration from the natural world using plants, birds and insects in my imagery. I have been gardening organically for the past 30 years, which not only feeds our family but I also use the garden along with our chickens and beehives as subject matter for my work.
Since becoming a beekeeper in 2008, I have been trying to use materials that would lessen the impact on the environment and reduce toxicity in my studio. I started using the beeswax from our hives in combination with various types of pigments to make encaustic paintings on wooden panels and prints on rice paper. I continue to explore water-based painting media including water soluble oils and other eco-friendly art materials.
Theresa received her MFA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in 1986 and has shown in Colorado and in many cities, both nationally and internationally and is currently teaching encaustic workshops in her studio in Boulder, CO.