I’ve created a manual for the encaustigraphic process that I share with classes. Here’s an excerpt from the introduction:

Welcome to the world of encaustigraphics— an art material that looks like stained glass, but lightweight and easy to make. Using a few simple materials, you can turn any image—photographs, drawings, paintings, collages, doodles, and more—into a luminous, colorful material that can be easily formed into flat or structural shapes and used in a wide variety of applications.

I also wrote an article for Encaustic Arts Magazine’s Winter 2018 that has brief instructions on how to create e*graphics. A single digital issue is only $2.99 and benefits the Encaustic Arts Institute of Santa Fe, New Mexico. You can find more information here.

Posts showing how e*graphics can be used in a wide variety of two- and three-dimensional ways are found under the category “Forms” in the sidebar. Posts with the category of “Process” feature class photos and tips for the creation of the material itself.

I offer one and two day classes on the process of making and creating with e*graphics. For queries, email me at <encaustigraphics at> with “at” changed to the usual “@”—thanks!