We’ve done the work. The seven of us have spent the past few weeks, if not months, creating our collection.
We’re nearly ready to present them all to the world 🙂
Hints are no fun I know so I’ll get right to it.
Next week you’ll read blog posts from Michelle Belto as she kicks off our seven week introduction of the exhibit. Following on from her are:
As these weeks of exposure and sharing conclude the blog then becomes an auction house!
All the individual works with be listed by artist. You will be able to take a look at each and every one and place bids (details coming as it launches)
The art will be up for auction and on display this way through the start of EncaustiCamp with final bids taken on Friday 25 July at the live artist reception.
I look forward to this new way of sharing our work, talking about EncaustiCamp and exposing encaustic in this alternative fashion.
Come what may, we’ve had quite a good time making it happen.
I hope you enjoy it’s coming as much as we did its creation.