Art In Wax : Encaustic Art By Hazel Rayfield
Popular Crafts Magazine Features Art In Wax Website :: Posted by: Hazel on January 27th, 2012
Art In Wax Website Featured in Popular Crafts Magazine
What a nice surprise!
Last week I was mentioned on twitter as featured in Popular Crafts Magazine’s February issue!
Today my copy of the magazine arrived and there we are! The Art In Wax website www.artinwax.co.uk featured on page 80 of the magazine in their “Sites to be seen” feature.
Exciting seeing my name in print!
Great fun seeing my name and website in print, to see my work as an encaustic artist mentioned in the media is very exciting.
Popular Crafts Magazine also has a website : www.popularcrafts.com
You can find me on twitter @hazelrayfield
I also Facebook at www.facebook.com/artinwax
Encaustic Art : Online demonstrations –
I also have an Art In Wax You Tube Channel too, where you can see in action, painting using hot wax and heat tools to create beautiful paintings.
New Year – New Gallery :: Posted by: Hazel on January 2nd, 2012
New Gallery on Art In Wax for 2012
Online Art Gallery now catalogued and indexed
The art in wax online art gallery has had an overhaul for 2012, the main gallery index page now hosts three sub categorises :
Depending how projects go these may expand to more sections.
Lots of new paintings have been added to gallery with many more to come over the coming months …..
The first painting of 2012 is this beach view with a Lady looking out to sea.
Encaustic Art Gallery :: Posted by: Hazel on September 25th, 2011
Encaustic Art Gallery and Shop Website Launch
Website Officially Finished
Adrian and I have been working on the Art In Wax website this week, and it is finally finished – for now!
The website is designed as a place for me to show and display my artwork in an online gallery, to find out more about me please visit the about Hazel page.
The art gallery shop has an array of new paintings, photographed by Adrian and now online. I have added a page about encaustic art, which I will expand on over time, there are also some useful links in the page including one to encaustic.com where I get most of my supplies from and a website with lots of information on painting with encaustic wax.
The encaustic art gallery will expand as I create more paintings, I am working on some larger A3 pictures, one of which was finished this morning and is ready to be mounted. I also intend to add an exhibitions page soon, this will be a place that will change periodically and where I will feature paintings on a theme.
So this may be the launch of the artinwax.co.uk website but it is by far not the finish!