& Studio Resources
Listed on this page are materials and equipment that I actually use in my own studio. Some of these items may contain affiliate links.
I have used R & F and Enkaustikos encaustic paints for over 20 years... and they make some of the highest quality encaustic products on the market.
I recommend the R & F Starter Kit and the R & F Complete Studio Set. I am also very impressed by the quality of Enkaustikos readymade medium.
R&F Handmade Paints Encaustic Painting Complete Studio Set
R&F Encaustic Paints
Studio Essentials Kit
My Favorite Hot Appliances
R&F Handmade Paints Encaustic Medium Bagged Paint 1-Pound
R&F Handmade Paints Encaustic Medium Bagged Paint 2-Pound
R&F Handmade Paints Encaustic Medium Bagged Paint 5-Pound
White Refined Cake
I also really like these Hot Sticks from Enkaustikos for their managable size and good value.
Enkaustikos Hot Sticks Primary Set
Enkaustikos Hot Sticks Bright Set
Enkaustikos Hot Sticks Glazing Set
Encaustic Paint Tins
These metal tins make the perfect hot palette container for your wax paints.
TORCHES FOR ENCAUSTIC
BernzOmatic KC3500 Torch Kit
This is my go-to torch when making my own artwork. Get the BernzOmatic KC3500 if you want a flame that has a wide range of control. It adjusts from a super high flame for fusing larger areas down to a whisper flame for more delicate fusing. A must have tool for your studio.
Iwatani Chef's Torch
I love this Japanese torch from Iwatani so much I nicknamed mine "Tank". It has a beautiful large flame that I use for priming my larger panels. Another "must have" tool for your encaustic studio!
SOURCES FOR ENCAUSTIC PANELS
Light weight wood panels make the best substrates for working with encaustic. Check your local art supply store and here are a few online sources...
Encaustic Unprimed Panel 12x12
Encaustic Unprimed Panels 8x8 Pack of 6
ALCOHOL INKS & TOOLS
Interested in working with alcohol inks and creating your own botanicals?
Check out the new Wild Botanicals
Need help or have questions?
Feeling stuck or overwhelmed when it comes to finding supplies and setting up your own encaustic studio? Please feel free to get in touch and I'll help you sort it out!