Wax Art

Wax Art

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Wax art can be anything from candlemaking to a Madame Tussaud exhibit. Apply it to fabric, paper, wood, or stone. Make framed designs, greeting cards, calendars, T-shirts, or tote bags. The only tools you need are an ordinary non-steam electric iron, an inexpensive stylus, and a few simple homemade accessories along with easily available wax and paint. “Recommended for public libraries.”—Library Journal.

Wax art can be anything from candlemaking to a Madame Tussaud's exhibit and applied it to fabric, paper, wood, or stone. “Recommended for public libraries.”—Library Journal. “Serves as a new, different and distinctive resource for painting. The...book [is] very much centered on techniques and approaches for the use of wax in art activities. A great deal of specific detail is given. Yet the text invites experimentation and trial approaches.”—Art & Activities.


Publisher: Lewes, East Sussex : Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 2001
ISBN: 9781861082282
1861082282
Branch Call Number: 751.46 MARSH
Characteristics: 122 pages : col.ill. ; 25 cm
Notes: Includes index

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