Lynda Ray

Lynda Ray has worked with encaustic since 1986 and has been teaching workshops since 2007. Her work investigates the pairing of paint and patterns expressing the passage of time. She holds a degree from Massachusetts College of Art and studied with Agnes Martin at Skowhegan School of Art.

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Lynda's Upcoming Workshops

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    Students of any skill and knowledge level.

Aug 28 - Sep 1, 2023

Encaustic Explorations: Luminous Layers with Photography and Pattern

Lynda Ray

Tuition $1,200
Code P1324-23

A complex web of connections are made through the layering of patterns and colors as the transparency of encaustic reveals a history of the work’s development. Participants work with a variety of techniques using photographs, botanical materials, and transparent and opaque colors. 
Demonstrations will be followed with time to experiment and improvise, and participants may choose the techniques which appeal to them. Participants with experience in encaustic should bring in some pieces to continue to work on. All students emerge with a range of skills to deepen the direction of their work and the confidence to create using their new abilities.

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