All materials and tools provided

Rosemarie’s studio – Eircode N37XV80

Bring a packed lunch 

Tea and coffee will be provided,

Encaustic workshop Saturday 25th February 2023

10.30 to 4 pm

Rosemarie Langtry studio

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Encaustic workshop Sunday 26th February 2023

10.30 to 4 pm

Rosemarie Langtry studio

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Encaustic is a wax-based paint, composed of bee wax, resin, and pigment kept molten on a heated palette. It is applied to a porous surface and then reheated to fuse the paint. Encaustic derives from the Greek word Enkaustikos meaning “to burn in” Burnin refers to fusing the layers of wax with additional heat to bind them to each other and to the substrate which is usually wood.

One day Workshop: 10.30 am to 4.00 pm                 

Rosemarie Langtry Studio, N37XV80

PS: Bring a packed lunch

Tea and coffee will be provided on the day.

Class Description:

 Be inspired by encaustic which is the most versatile and flexible medium suitable for all levels of painting experience.

This Encaustic Workshop provides the opportunity to learn, experiment and put into practice, hot wax in painting. It is suitable for beginners, students, and professional artists wishing to learn an ancient technique in a modern and contemporary style.

        You will learn

  • The history
  • Health & Safety
  • Tools and equipment
  • Techniques


How to prepare the surfaces, make the encaustic medium by adding pigment or oil paint to bee wax/ damar resin. Layering methods. Fusing using a heat gun or iron as fusing is done between each layer of encaustic. You will be encouraged to experiment with various techniques, such as embedding, incising, collage and transfers.

Intensive teaching with a maximum of 4 to 6 students.

You will go home with 2 if not 3 pieces and a love of the encaustic medium.