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Solar Etching on Japanese Paper with Encaustic Wax Workshop

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Open City Exhibit – April 1 through May 15

Studio intensive, advanced solar etching and encaustic workshop with Soledad Salamé.

Artist Soledad Salamé will host a series of printmaking workshops for small groups of artists in her Reservoir Hill studio. The focus of this course will be on solar etching on to Japanese paper for use with encaustic wax processes.

Next Workshop: April 22, 23, and 24th
Workshop duration: 3 days
Hours: 10 am – 4 pm
Cost: $550 – Includes wax, inks, plus all studio materials excluding paper and plates
Limited to 5 artists
Tel: 410 462 5365

An Artist and Printmaker for 30 years, Soledad Salamé’s work is currently on view at the Art Museum of the Americas, in Washington DC

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