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Process Driven 33: Lisa Pressman Process Driven

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As much as I love working with acrylics in my paintings, because many of them are literally dozens of layers of pigment, collage, found objects, and thick layers of acrylic medium, it can take weeks to finish a single piece just waiting for layers to dry. A few years ago, I began looking into using encaustic, which offers the ability to create work with a similar aesthetic to my acrylic work in a fraction of the time. In doing the research, I came across the work of Lisa Pressman. Lisa is a fabulous artist from New Jersey who works in both encaustic and oils and has been exhibiting her work for nearly four decades. In addition to making her own work, she inspires others to start their own artistic journey through her workshops and one on one mentoring. Lisa and I have spoken a few times and I’m so grateful that we were finally able to hit the record button.

SHOW NOTES

Elizabeth Murray: https://elizabethmurrayart.org

Ross Bleckner: https://rbleckner.com/

Susan Rothberg: https://www.artsy.net/artist/susan-rothenberg

Gregory Amenoff: http://www.gregoryamenoff.com

Terry Winters: https://www.terrywinters.org

Philip Guston: https://www.wikiart.org/en/philip-guston

Joan Mitchell: https://www.wikiart.org/en/joan-mitchell

Jake Berthot: http://www.bettycuninghamgallery.com/artists/estate-of-jake-berthot-1939-2014

James Marshall: https://www.moca.org/exhibition/kerry-james-marshall-mastry

Hans Hofmann: https://www.hanshofmann.org

Alice Neel: http://www.aliceneel.com/



Pretty much the best book out there for working with oils and cold wax: Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts & Conversations*



Connect with Lisa: Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook



Music in this episode: Please Listen Carefully (Jahzzar) / CC BY-SA 4.0



 

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As much as I love working with acrylics in my paintings, because many of them are literally dozens of layers of pigment, collage, found objects, and thick layers of acrylic medium, it can take weeks to finish a single piece just waiting for layers to dry. A few years ago, I began looking into using encaustic, which offers the ability to create work with a similar aesthetic to my acrylic work in a fraction of the time. In doing the research, I came across the work of Lisa Pressman. Lisa is a fabulous artist from New Jersey who works in both encaustic and oils and has been exhibiting her work for nearly four decades. In addition to making her own work, she inspires others to start their own artistic journey through her workshops and one on one mentoring. Lisa and I have spoken a few times and I’m so grateful that we were finally able to hit the record button.

SHOW NOTES

Elizabeth Murray: https://elizabethmurrayart.org

Ross Bleckner: https://rbleckner.com/

Susan Rothberg: https://www.artsy.net/artist/susan-rothenberg

Gregory Amenoff: http://www.gregoryamenoff.com

Terry Winters: https://www.terrywinters.org

Philip Guston: https://www.wikiart.org/en/philip-guston

Joan Mitchell: https://www.wikiart.org/en/joan-mitchell

Jake Berthot: http://www.bettycuninghamgallery.com/artists/estate-of-jake-berthot-1939-2014

James Marshall: https://www.moca.org/exhibition/kerry-james-marshall-mastry

Hans Hofmann: https://www.hanshofmann.org

Alice Neel: http://www.aliceneel.com/



Pretty much the best book out there for working with oils and cold wax: Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts & Conversations*



Connect with Lisa: Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook



Music in this episode: Please Listen Carefully (Jahzzar) / CC BY-SA 4.0



 

WANT TO SUPPORT THE WORK I'M DOING?

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