Wendy Prince encaustic and acrylic demonstration
May 23 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
A demonstration of using encaustic and acrylic paints by Wendy Prince.
Wendy has explored her love of art in a manner that is constantly evolving and changing directions. Her underlying medium however is paint, and all other paint like mediums – wax, bitumen paint, shellac, watercolour, acrylic, and ink.
The subject matter is predominantly subjective, imagined, intuitive, rich, and vast emotive landscapes.
Wendy says “my love of texture and painting has evolved over many years into a study of emotive landscapes. My practice is predominantly intuitive and does not depict specific locations, but rather becomes a study of space, colour, and texture. My palette is subtle, and the media utilised ranges from the conventional to the non-traditional. The scale of my works ranges from the Australian Impressionist vignettes of 9 x 5, to the largest at 70 x 40”.
Wendy will bring along her Poppin’s carpet bag of materials at the talk and demonstration, as well as and give a taster of her current practice, and works to come.
Wendy and her mother, Trish Prince, who is a renowned botanical illustrator, will be co-exhibiting at The Watchhouse Gallery, 179 Darling Street Balmain, October 2,3,4, 2021
Please book your spot for this demonstration here