Encaustic paintings on a canvas (or panel), it’s a lovely way to work with beeswax in a different way and to discover the possibilities that this brings. The wax behaves differently on a canvas than on encaustic paper. I also love combining various techniques, which give a completely different look than the classic encaustic paintings. These paintings look more like some Mixed Media Paintings.
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Used materials in Encaustic Paintings
I only use quality materials.
I paint with beeswax from Encaustic Art. The paint is highly pigmented and the colors are bright and deep and they will last.
All the canvasses I use are stretched on a quality stretcher. The panels (canvas boards) I use are from a fine quality, not the cheap ones. I also use wooden Ampersand Boards or custom made MDF panels.
I always paint the sides of a stretched canvas or boards, sometimes in one color, other times in the colors of the painting. You do not need to frame the artwork, but framing in a cradled frame will give the painting a whole new dimension.
All paintings are varnished for protection with a special encaustic varnish, which preserves the satin look of the encaustic. In some cases I choose to varnish in a gloss finish, because it suits the artwork better.