DESCRIPTION: In this recorded online workshop you will find the complete video recordings from Pamela Caughey's LIVE CWM/Oil Zoom workshop conducted Jan 15-17, 2021 from her Montana studio - almost 8 HOURS of instruction!
Here is what is included:
PDF handouts to accompany instruction
In this recorded Cold Wax/Oil Beginner's Worshop, I cover:
Studio Setup: Materials, equipment, safety and disposal
CWM/Oil “how tos”: Proportions, solvents, mediums
Color mixing – I will demonstrate the true magic of color mixing to achieve ENDLESS variations of colors – transforming colors you don’t like into colors you DO!
Technique: Brayers, silicone tools, drippy paint, monoprint, masking, RF pigment sticks, dry mark making, collage, glazing, etc).
[*Special attention is given to “which techniques to use when: (with accompanying PDF handout). This information is KEY in having success with the techniques you use.]
Dos and Don’ts to ensure a strong painting surface.
Q&A occurs at appointed times on all three days.
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COMPLETE Video Recordings from: LIVE Zoom - Jan 15-17, 2021 - CWM/Oil for Beginners Workshop
- INTRO: Welcome to my Workshop - CWM/Oil for Beginners!
- Pamela Caughey Workshop Facebook Group
- Day 1: Jan 15, 2021 - Demos (Video, PDFs, Chat text)
- Day 2: Jan 16, 2021 (Video, Chat text)
- Day 3: Jan 17, 2021 (Q&A) (Video, Chat text)
- How to Make Cold Wax Medium from Scratch (Video, PDF)
- May I have your feedback please?
Pamela Caughey grew up in Wisconsin, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from UW-Madison in 1983. After moving with her family to Hamilton, MT in 1986, she began her serious study of art, and in 2010 received her MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Montana School of Art. She works in many media, with special interest in cold wax/oil, encaustic, mixed media and acrylic. Her work is in the permanent collection of several museums and public buildings nationally and internationally and her work appears in the newly published book by Rebecca Crowell and Jerry McLaughlin, “Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts, Conversations”. After teaching foundations courses at the University of Montana, Bitterroot College, Montana, she is now a full time studio artist and teaches workshops from her Hamilton, Montana studio, within the US and abroad.