“I wanted to start a revolution, using art to build the sort of society I myself envisioned.” Yayoi Kusama

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We are having a wonderful week with young artist in the studio. We had a group from Kingston High School yesterday, Onteora High school today, and are looking forward to meeting the Highland High School students tomorrow.

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Maria Wilk McLaughlin
· February 14, 2018
I loved visiting the place and seeing what they had in their galleries. Their pigment sticks are the best I've ever used. Love love love
Tracy Proctor
· October 5, 2015
I have taken two workshops at R&F and the quality of instruction and the studio set-up is second to none. I would recommend it first for anyone thinking of taking an encaustic workshop.
Irene Devore
· February 11, 2017
Just took the Encaustic Mini class at R&F Handmade Paints. Cynthia was our instructor and she was very informative. Its a great first time introductory class. We covered fusing, image transfers, co...llage and monotype See More
Sally Lynn MacDonald
· March 19, 2017
Super, high quality oil sticks and encaustic products that let me think outside the box and create beautiful experiments.
Matthew Pecson
· April 10, 2015
I use R&F pigment sticks whenever possible. Quality is superior, and always consistent. They have changed my work, and has become a defining medium in regards to my style. I'm a R&F lifer.
Lynn B. Hogan
· September 5, 2016
Introduced to the products by Michelle Belto and Patricia B Seggebruch. Wonderful colors and quality.
Shawna Moore
· August 29, 2015
Top grade products and in house research to back it up.
Today all we did was make white. Lots and lots of white. Tomorrow we rest. Happy 4th of July!!!
Lorraine was dispensing an incredible wealth of knowledge on paper and fiber this morning so we shot this quick video. She will return to teach another workshop August 17th-19th and there are a couple of spots left. Get'em while you can, this one is filling up fast!!!
Look closely. We think we may have inadvertently caught Richard on videotape.