Cold Wax with Oil Paints
Join us for this one-day workshop and discover the world of contemporary painting!
Explore the different techniques that are possible with cold wax and oil paints and create your own textured masterpieces. This workshop is perfect for artists who want to learn new skills and create something truly unique. Please bring your own materials.
We can’t wait to see the unique and stunning creations that participants will produce during this workshop! However, it is essential to keep in mind that working with cold wax and oil paints can pose some risks. Participants should take appropriate safety measures to protect themselves during the workshop.
Please note that this course will involve working with solvents and oil paints, which can cause irritation to those who are sensitive. Students will attend at their own risk.
The course will be led by a professional oil painter who will provide hands-on guidance and support throughout the duration of the course. The overall atmosphere will be positive and friendly, with an emphasis on learning by doing. Additionally, students will be encouraged to bring their own images to work from during the course. However, it is important to keep in mind that the use of solvents and oil paints can be potentially hazardous, and students should take appropriate precautions to ensure their safety while working in the classroom.
Workshop Date: April 15, 2023
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Registration Deadline: April 8, 2023
(A Minimum of 5 students is required to run the workshop)
Value: $150.00 plus tax
Location: Pazan Gallery, 6A Brant Avenue, In Port Credit
Materials Required for cold wax painting techniques:
Gamblin Cold wax Medium WILL BE PROVIDED during the workshop by the instructor.
Other materials NOT PROVIDED but recommended:
OIL BASES paints (Water-soluble Oil paints are NOT suitable – Must be the traditional oil-based smelly oil paints)
Paint thinner or mineral spirits
One Pre-primed canvas board (16”x20”) (even from the dollar store)
Pre-primed practice boards (8”x10”) (even from the dollar store)
Rags or paper towels
Palette or mixing surface
Optional: texture tools (e.g. combs, squeegees, etc.)