R&F is gearing up for our second workshop at Wal-Art studios in Los Angeles, August 6-9, 2009. There is still room for more participants, but don’t delay in signing up because the last time we ran this class it filled up quickly at the last minute.
Daniella Woolf will once again be leading the LA workshop, and she will no doubt have some new tricks up her sleeve, having recently visited R&F to take part in our Photo & Encaustic workshop, which we run in collaboration with the Center for Photography at Woodstock. Daniella grew up in a movie biz family in Los Angeles, and holds an M.A. in Design (Textile Structures) from UCLA. She swung like Tarzan from ceramics to jewelry to fiber, textiles and collage until she found encaustic. It was the magic medium that brought everything into focus. She exhibits nationally and internationally, and explores issues of privacy, security and identity. She is a recipient of the Gail Rich Award for excellence in the Arts in Santa Cruz, and the Rydell Visual Arts Fellowship. She toggles between studios in Santa Cruz and Whidbey Island, and is active in IEA and the Surface Design Association. She blogs at Encausticopolis and EncausticFiberopolis under the name Dotty Stripes. To view more of Daniella’s work, go to www.daniellawoolf.com.
Click here to learn more about the Los Angeles Encaustic Workshop and register online or give us a call to sign up!