New Website and Blog for Texas Wax Encaustic Artists

New Website and Blog for Texas Wax Encaustic Artists

I’m pleased to announce that the encaustic group I belong to, Texas Wax, has just unveiled their new website and blog — designed jointly by artist and web guru extraordinaire Haley Nagy and yours truly.  Please feel free to check it out while we continue getting our artists added to the site.  There’s already plenty of information there: history of Texas Wax groups, upcoming classes and exhibitions, photos from previous exhibitions, resources, and plenty of ways to get involved. Link to Texas Wax website.

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*June 2010: I have stepped down as webmaster of the Texas Wax website. It was a great and fulfilling challenge for the past year+, but it’s time I focus more on my art and design careers and less on volunteer work.

2 Responses to New Website and Blog for Texas Wax Encaustic Artists

  • Kit Vincent says:

    Hi Marilyn,

    I love the new look to your blog and your bee banner rocks!

    I haven't yet dabbled in encaustic but I am eager to learn more.

    This site will be a good start. Congrats on your show!

    Kit

  • Marilyn says:

    Thanks, Kit. Encaustic is a lot of fun. (Tonight I seem to catching up with comments made earlier).

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