UPCOMING PAINTING DEMOS & WORKSHOPS APRIL / MAY 2018

DRAWING WITH WATERCOLOUR DEMONSTRATION  Sat. 7 April 2018 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm *Chapman & Bailey Melbourne only* For this demonstration, Dane Lovett will share some of his immense knowledge of painting, materials and technique with you. You will learn how to combine drawing with watercolour painting, using various techniques. Some blending and mixing techniques will also be covered. ABOUT DANE …

20% OFF Two Day End of Financial Year Sale!

Shop online and enter the voucher code: warmvermillion to receive 20% off our online store products Or visit our Melbourne or Brisbane art shops for 20% OFF Drop by, phone through or email us your order We are happy to help Ph. 03 9417 0500 Email: artmaterials@chapmanbailey.com.auLarger range of art materials available instore. Sale runs 29 -30 June 2016 Discount …

Captivating Encaustic Wax Painting Workshops This November 2015

With the dark skies parting and colour filling our gardens what better time to leave the house and have a weekend of creative bliss and adventure. Artist Marieke Dench is back offering her captivating encaustic wax painting workshops this November at Chapman and Bailey, Melbourne. This rich medium is sure to engage the casual art enthusiast and beginner to the …

R&F Pigment Sticks: Some Frequently Asked Questions & Useful Info

R&F Pigment Sticks : Frequently asked Questions & Some Useful Info Some great info and facts gathered from the R&F website What are Pigment Sticks®? R&F Pigment Sticks® are oil paint manufactured with enough wax for the paint to be molded into stick form.  They allow the painter to draw or paint directly onto a surface without brushes, palettes, paint …

R&F Encaustic Paints: Some Frequently Asked Questions & Useful Info

R&F Encaustic Paints : Frequently asked Questions & Some Useful Info What is Encaustic Paint Encaustic is a wax based paint (composed of beeswax, resin and pigment), which is kept molten on a heated palette. It is applied to an absorbent surface and then reheated in order to fuse the paint.  The word ‘encaustic’ comes from the Greek word enkaiein, …