Encaustic Arts MagazineEncaustic Arts Magazine, the recipient of the 2016 La Vendéenne Award presented by International Encaustic Artists (IEA) for outstanding contributions to the advancement and practice of encaustic art in the Media category is published semi-annually, on December 1st and June 1st. The first and only international magazine about encaustic, it features the most important news about the medium, with information on techniques, tools, materials and exhibitions. It is available as a digital/online magazine and is a full-color, full-length magazine. Explore how the wax medium is being used both traditionally and innovatively by artists around the world. View beautiful full-color photos of work by prominent as well as emerging artists.
The Spring 2017 Issue of Encaustic Arts Magazine is available now!
The SPRING 2017 issue features the work of artists:
BECKY BLACK, JULIA FOSSON, BEN HECHT, AHAVANI MULLEN,
JENNIFER PRETZEUS, JAMES EDWARD SCHERBARTH, ALICIA TORMEY
The Technique Article for this issue is by SHARI REPLOGLE.
Cover art: BEN HECHT, Aquas Aliis Vitrius, (detail),
encaustic, on birch panel, 40 x 30 inches, 2016
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1/2/2021 09:28:47 am
Thanks for a greaat read
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Encaustic painter who loves telling a story visually. Enjoy