Denise Callaghan (she/her) is an encaustic/mixed media artist who divides her time between the rocky shorelines of Georgian Bay and the white sand beaches of northern Florida – with time in between spent in Essex County (Windsor/LaSalle). She is a member of the Bruce Peninsula Society of Artists, where she serves as Treasurer on their […]

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Jane Cousens

Jane Cousens (she/her) is a Toronto based mixed media artist with a love of encaustic painting, mono printing and collage. She studied at the Ontario College of Art and, over the past decade has had the pleasure of attending courses by amazing encaustic artists including Andrea Bird, Christina Louisa, Jeffrey Hirst, Paula Roland and Lorraine

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Terry Gregg

Terry Gregg (she/her) is a Canadian artist living in Fergus, Ontario. Her work is inspired by nature, stories behind words, rusty found objects, antiques and cityscapes. She studied art in high-school and took electives in art history and design while studying Commerce at the University of Alberta. Over 12 years ago she was gifted an

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Amelia Kraemer

Amelia Kraemer (she/her/they/them) is the lead organizer of the Canadian Encaustic Conference. Amelia actively promotes artistic community involvement in the City of Owen Sound. Amelia is the owner of Upwards Art Studio an art supply store and workshop venue located in the heart of the River District of downtown Owen Sound. They are also the

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Ruth Maude (she/her) is an artist, blogger and instructor living in Toronto, Ontario. The founder of the popular All Things Encaustic blog, she is constantly experimenting with a variety of encaustic materials, techniques and tools and sharing her discoveries with her readers. Her work is in the permanent collection of The Museum of Encaustic Art, (MoEA)

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Emerita Urquart

Emerita Urquhart (she/her) is an Encaustic and Mixed Media artist. She has her studio in her home in Windsor Ontario and her vacation home in Wasaga Beach Ontario. She is retired from the medical profession and started her Encaustic journey at the age of 58. Her art reflects the inherent beauty and delicate balance of

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