Easily produce raised images or patterns with Ceracolors and stencils.
Easily transfer nearly any image from printed paper, laser prints, inkjet prints, photographs and many other images directly to wood and other substrates using Ceracolors wax medium.
Scratchboard illustration (also called “scraperboard” in Great Britain) is a form of direct engraving where you scratch off a layer to reveal a white or colored layer beneath. Scratchboard is Read More
How to make unique a piece of art made by sticking various materials such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric onto an object using Ceracolors waterborne wax medium.
See how the revolutionary new medium of Ceracolors, waterborne wax paint, can be used for encaustic and wax painting techniques. Ceracolors makes encaustic painting versatile because heat, electricity and special Read More
Santa Fe artist Francisco Benitez shows how he recreates an ancient Fayum or ‘mummy’ portrait using Ceracolors-a new water-soluble wax paint by Natural Pigments. George O’Hanlon and Tatiana Zaytseva recently Read More
California artist, Candice Bohannon, demonstrates how she uses Ceracolors to paint a small nude figure. Although Candice is an oil painter, her first attempt using Ceracolors results in a masterful Read More
Marcus Gannuscio demonstrated Ceracolors as an alternative to traditional paints at a recent workshop sponsored by Muse Art and Design in Portland, Oregon. He demonstrated the technique using Ceracolors by Read More
Encaustic paint consists of pigments mixed with hot, melted wax. It is melted and applied as a liquid or paste to a support—usually primed wood, though canvas and other materials Read More