Tag Archives: Daniella Woolf

Danielle’s Workshop at my studio in Greenwich

Seven lucky artists had the opportunity to work with Daniella Woolf before she left to present a workshop at TAFTA in Geelong. Here are some photos of the workshop in progress.









Reverse Garbage Workshop with Daniella Woolf.


Still a couple of places left! Don’t miss out!

Dates: Friday 12th and Saturday 13th September.
Times: 10 till 4 both days.
Where: Hut 9, (on the left after you drive in, just before Reverse Garbage.)
The Addison Road Community Centre
142 Addison Road
Marrickville NSW 2204
Cost: $270 plus $ to spend at Reverse Garbage.
Enquiries: Anthea Boesenberg

Daniella Woolf’s second workshop.

Workshop 2:

Exploring Encaustic Your Way: Doctor D is IN.

When: Wednesday 17th September, 10am to 4pm.

Where: Anthea’s Studio, 29B Innes Road, Greenwich.

Cost: $170

Do you have some experience with encaustic, but need some help to achieve the things you want? Need help from a troubleshooter? Want to make a satin smooth surface? Want advice on how to make a metre long palette collage? These and other questions will be answered by Doctor Daniella, the encaustic queen.

The emphasis here will be on achieving what the student wants, so only those with some experience should apply.

Only six students in a studio set up for encaustic, so you will receive plenty of personal attention.


To enrol, email Anthea.

Daniella Woolf is coming!

Daniella Woolf is coming to Australia next month and will be doing two workshops in Sydney. She’ll also be teaching at TAFTA in Geelong, but her workshop there is fully booked.

Workshop One:
Improvise with Encaustic at Reverse Garbage.

Hut 9, (on the left after you drive in, just before Reverse Garbage.)
The Addison Road Community Centre
142 Addison Road
Marrickville NSW 2204
Dates: Friday 12th, Saturday 13th September, 10am to 4pm.

Cost: $270 plus some cash to spend at Reverse Garbage.

Our first exercise will be procuring all our “art supplies” at Reverse Garbage. We will then transform said supplies into encaustic art works. We will explore the versatility of encaustic medium, which can be polished, carved, scraped, layered, collaged, dipped, cast, modeled, sculpted, textured. We could be doing collage, sculpture, assemblage, working on or off a flat surface. Be prepared to improvise with your materials and wax! It is best if the student has some previous encaustic experience.

There is plenty of parking at the community centre. Please bring something to contribute to a communal lunch. There is a simple kitchen. Tea and Coffee will be provided.


Here is a link to a blog about a similar workshop Daniella ran back home on Whidbey Island.

To book, and for any questions you might have, contact Anthea: