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District Arts Gallery Grand Opening in Frederick, MD, March 16

New Art Gallery Opening in Historic Frederick, MD

District Arts Gallery Grand Opening March 16

DISTRICT Arts, a new contemporary art gallery, is opening at 15 N Market St in Downtown Frederick, Maryland! I’m honored to be selected as one of the 30 artists featured in their debut permanent collection. You can preview the collection and each artist’s profile at https://DistrictArts.com Owners Staci and Bill McLauchlan will hold the official ribbon cutting ... Read More
 
Interview of Anne Stine by Jim Sisley, Tryst Gallery

Facebook LIVE interview with Anne Stine and Jim Sisley, Tryst Gallery, Leesburg, Virginia

Learn about encaustic painting with Anne Stine, mixed media painter

  I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jim Sisley, owner of Tryst Gallery in Leesburg, Virginia in December 2018 on Facebook LIVE as the Gallery’s featured artist. Click the link or read the transcript below to learn about my creative process, inspiration behind my latest series and my back-story. Anne Stine Interview with Jim ... Read More
 
Introduction to Encaustic Painting Class, March 24, 2018

Introduction to Encaustic Painting Class, March 24, 2018

Learn the exciting ancient art of encaustic painting in a two-hour workshop offered by a professional encaustic studio located in Loudoun County, Virginia.  Anne Stine Fine Art Studio offers an encausitc painting class with personal instruction from an experienced encaustic artist and the opportunity to work with professional supplies and tools in a relaxed creative environment. Read ... Read More
 
Encaustic Art Classes in Loudoun County, VA

Encaustic Art Classes in Loudoun County, VA

Learn the exciting ancient art of encaustic painting in two workshops offered by a professional encaustic studio located in Loudoun County, Virginia. Anne Stine Fine Art Studio offers two encausitc painting classes with personal instruction from an experienced encaustic artist and the opportunity to work with professional supplies and tools ... Read More
 
How to transform a garage into an art studio

How to transform a garage into an art studio

I’ve been tossing around the idea of creating a serious studio space for a long time. The days of cramming my supplies and worktable in a corner of a room were coming to an end. I desired real space to work on big encaustic paintings, teach classes and take my art ... Read More
 
Video: Learn How to Make Encaustic

Video: Learn How to Make Encaustic

In this YouTube video, you’ll learn more about the process of making encaustic mediums. Do you love encaustic painting? If you really love it, you may want to learn how to make your own encaustic medium to save money and always have medium on hand. I’ve created this video to ... Read More
 
How to get started in Encaustic painting on a budget

How to get started in Encaustic painting on a budget

Encaustic painting is all the rage right now but the cost of supplies can be daunting for beginners. I added encaustic paint to my mixed media inventory two years ago and  saved on essential art supplies by getting creative with my choices. Now that I’m completely addicted to the medium, I feel comfortable investing in supplies. Here’s the “insider” ... Read More
 
Here’s a Quick Way to Find Inspiration

Here’s a Quick Way to Find Inspiration

Are you frustrated with finding inspiration for your next creative project? Grab your iPhone and sneakers and READ ON. In this blog, I describe my process of finding inspiration on a five minute walk on the beach in Emerald Isle, North Carolina. One of the complaints I hear from beginning artists is how it’s so difficult ... Read More
 
How to Kill the Mental Bully and Start Creating

How to Kill the Mental Bully and Start Creating

If you are struggling with creating, you may be under attack from a mental creative bully. Here’s how I overcame my mental bullies and am now living a prolific artist’s life. And, you can too. I know something about bullies. I was verbally attacked by a bully in high school several times. The hateful comments burned in my heart and ... Read More