Your Talent – Our Supplies!

Our very own FLO BARTELL, amazing local encaustic artist, will be leading several demonstrations and a workshop this summer!

Why not try something exhilarating and new this summer?

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“I paint with encaustic because the smooth, glossy surface, the pleasant aroma, the soothing rhythm of my torch, the unpredictable nature of the medium, and the intense color and movement possible with hot wax and pigment are seductive and satisfying.”

Flo Bartell 

Monday, JUNE 24th -DEMONSTRATION

Flo will be doing a demonstration of encaustic painting techniques at the El Camino Art Association. Doors open at 1pm, and the demo begins at 2pm.

The address is 1200 E. Grand Avenue, Arroyo Grande.

Questions may be directed to  ecaa@elcaminoartassoc.com

Saturday, JULY 13th – DEMONSTRATION

Flo will be doing a demonstration of encaustic painting techniques at Art CentralDemonstration will begin at 12pm.

The address is 1329 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo.

If you wish to participate, please contact Art Central at artcentralslo@yahoo.com or (805) 747-4200.

AUGUST 10th – WORKSHOP

Flo will be holding an encaustic workshop for beginning and intermediate students at Art Central from 11am-4pm.

This class will include beginning and some advanced encaustic techniques, safety precautions and studio requirements

Workshop Fee:  $65 plus material fees.

The address is 1329 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo.

If you wish to participate, please contact Flo Bartell at flo.bartell@gmail.com or 805-528-7983.

Space is limited, so reserve your spot early!

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Enjoy!

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