I will be selling my Art at the Jack of All Trades Event on August 12th. I will be there selling my Encaustic Paintings, Encaustic Monoprints, Encaustic Greeting Cards, Art Prints, Handmade Art Greeting Cards, Quotable Cards and Art, Accordion Books from large to mini as well as Mixed Media Art on wooden panels. I will have a lovely friend selling her amazingly beautiful art cards, handmade art journals, and accordion books.
I am really excited to be able to share with you all the work I’ve been doing lately. This art is some of my newest designs and I am sure you’ll love them!
I’ll be at Jack London Square on the 12th of August between 11 am – 5pm. I’d love it if you would swing by and at least say HI! We’d love to see you and share what we’ve been working on with you. Lots of lovely and fun paper/arts/crafts – something for everyone with price ranges suited for any and all budgets.
I will be participating in a Holiday Bazaar. I’d love it if you would come by and say HI, buy some of my art and see what new things I’ve been up to. There will be a lot of other local artists selling their art there as well. Remember, how awesome it is to support local artists, and local stores. I know from experience that people love getting handmade local art for the holidays! I will have Encaustic Paintings and Monoprints as well as handmade journals and notecards for sale.
The holidays are fast approaching and what better to buy for your friends and family is ART from a local artisan. I have been an artist for more than 25 years and I have some amazing deals!
Thank you all for supporting my blog. I have quite a few new Encaustic Monoprints for Sale. They are all $50 and are printed on high quality Canson Edition Printmaking paper with R&F Handmade Encaustic Paint and Dry Pigment. The size of the paper is 9″ x 12″ with a deckled edge at the bottom with cut edges on the other 3 sides. If you are interested in purchasing any prints for holiday gifts please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow this link to see the detailed information about these pieces:
Do you want to learn how to Monoprint with Encaustic Paint?
We will be learning the basics of monoprinting with encaustic wax and the flexibility it offers to add additional products such as dry pigment and decorative paper.You will leave with a minimum of 5 prints made with R&F Encaustic paint on Strathmore 400 series printmaking paper.
Sunday, November 13,, 2016 – 4:00- 7:00 pm
1360 Fitzgerald Drive, Pinole CA
Fee: $120 for 3 hours
Raven Iacono has been an artist for 25+ years and encaustic artist for more than 10 years.
She has had her artwork in numerous shows.
The latest show was the juried event: The 30th Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition
I started my art career as an oil painter and at the same time have always had my eyes on Encaustic Painting. Wax really speaks to me, the way it draws me into the work, by mysteriously obscuring some images yet inviting me to see through the layers of wax. It is the perfect way for me to express the many layers of my life.
I have been painting with wax for over 10 years, mainly on wood panels with some mixed media thrown in. During the middle of 2015, during a long drive I began dreaming of my next project and encaustic monoprinting came to me while driving through a giant redwood tree. It felt so profound to be driving through this amazing millennial tree while contemplating the millennia of encaustic painting. Every time I create a Monoprint or an Encaustic Painting, I leave a bit of myself on the plate and on the panel, which is how I envision the encaustic painters felt in the 1st Century.
My art as well as my vision of how I have perceived my life has changed over the years. Encaustic art is my way of letting you and I get a special peek of my memories; it whispers to us of my childhood hope. My experiences remain in my memories like little treasures that have left a big imprint on the artist I am now.
Please contact via email to register for this class; email@example.com.
Once you’ve signed up I will send you a PayPal Invoice.
I have been painting with encaustic (hot bees wax) for almost 10 years now and wanted to try my hand at mono-printing with wax. When I was in art school I loved printmaking and especially mono-printing. It was so immediate and quick; I loved the way you could pull only one print (and maybe a ghost print if you were lucky) off of all that you had done and maybe it turned out and maybe it didn’t. I feel that same way with the encaustic mono-prints I’ve been working on lately. The paper is Canson Edition Printmaking paper and the Encaustic Wax is R&F Encaustic. The combination of the 2 is amazing together!
These 6 paintings were entered into a juried art show in Emeryville, California. I will find out the week of the 18th of July whether or not they got in.
I really enjoy this process and will keep painting this way along with my traditional encaustic painting.
Encaustic painting is an art form that I came to years after finishing art school. It’s something that has always intrigued me so finally I decided I would learn how. Fast forward 10 years and I have been experimenting with mono-printing with wax and dry pigment. It’s been such a blast! I love the whole process, to figuring out what type of colors to use, which dry pigment goes with the paint and then crossing my fingers the whole things turns out. I would say probably 65% of the prints turn out the way I had envisioned and another 10% turned out even though it wasn’t what I expected and about 25% end up in the trash. It’s such a fun, exciting and quick process, what’s not to like?
I like monochromatic images as well as bright colors. The metallic aspect is really cool too!
These are just a few examples of the work I have been doing lately. Silver, Gold & Copper. There is a large full image of the prints as well as a close-up detailed version.