Online Paint + Circle Gathering: Get Loved Up | Feb 20 11am ET
Online Paint + Circle Gathering: Get Loved Up | Feb 20 11am ET

Online Paint + Circle Gathering: Get Loved Up | Feb 20 11am ET

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Fearless self-love awaits you, ready to indulge?

Come join us Saturday, February 20 at 11am ET...

Combining the sacred container of Circle and the activating ritual of Art, we will collectively invoke the lover and make space for expression of your power, wisdom and wholeness.

Self-love is misunderstood, and it is time to re-define and re-create a new meaning for ourselves. One that allows the floodgates of self-love to open so we can bathe in and embody all of the deliciousness that self-love brings.  

It is time to clear away anything and everything that blocks or diminishes self-love. Because the more you love yourself, the more you can love others. But it starts with YOU.

During this 2-hour, interactive Paint and Circle Gathering hosted online via Zoom you will experience:

MEDITATION to ground and root ourselves in mother earth's love

MOVEMENT to celebrate our beauty, boldness and brilliance

INTIMATE SHARING to connect on a soul level

CEREMONY to commit to a self-love practice and anoint ourselves to seal our vows to ourselves

PAINTING RITUAL to activate our creativity and create art that deeply opens our hearts. You will receive a printable artwork by artist Chanelle Rene to paint or color in your own style.

Circle is about us opening ourselves up to new levels of wisdom, compassion and understanding so that we can take better care of ourselves and with a filled cup and renewed energy, share that with those around us.

This is your time to indulge and to experience what it is like to shower limitless and fearless love upon yourself. 

Let us together, clear away all those self-love limiting beliefs so that we can open to increased self-love and deeply know that self-love is such vital, necessary and positive thing.

Space is limited … Save your seat in circle for this transformational experience that will uplift, inspire and empower you.

This is a LIVE event. Your confirmation email will include details on what items to bring, printable artwork and event Zoom link. If you can't make it live a recording will be sent.   

All ticket sales are final.

Please review the product listing as all sales are final. Contact me with any questions prior to placing an order.

$25 flat rate shipping to the U.S. (2 or 3 day delivery)

International shipping rates are calculated at checkout.

Please allow 3-4 weeks for your encaustic painting to be shipped from your order date.

You will receive tracking once your painting has shipped from the studio.

Currently, I only ship to the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.

Gift cards have no shipping charged as they are delivered electronically to the email provided at checkout.

About encaustic

My encaustic paintings are made with beeswax, damar resin (a natural tree sap that acts as a hardening agent), oil paint, and a bit of microcrystalline wax used to extend working time. I paint in layers, fusing each layer with the fire of a blow torch and sometimes a heat gun or iron based on my desired effect.

Encaustic painting has a long history, used throughout ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian cultures. The word encaustic means to burn in, which refers to the process of fusing the paint. The durability of beeswax makes it resistant to moisture and will not breakdown or yellow and darken over time. Encaustic paintings are naturally archival and do not need to be varnished or protected by glass.

How to care for your encaustic artwork:
Use care when hanging, transporting or storing your encaustic painting, as you would any fine art.

  1. Consistent Temperature - Hang and store at normal room temperatures. Avoid freezing and extremely hot temperatures; wax will melt at 150°F / 65°C.
  2. Avoid Direct Sunlight - Keep all artwork out of direct sunlight.
  3. Transporting a painting - When packing encaustic art for transportation, cover the face of the painting with wax paper. Do not use bubble wrap directly on the front of the painting as it may leave an imprint on the surface. For shipping, build a box the right size for the painting.
  4. Framing - Encaustic does not need to be protected by glass. My original paintings are on cradle wood panels that are ready for hanging. A floater frame is an attractive option that also protects the edges of the painting from scratches, dents and chips.
  5. Curing - During the first 6-12 months, as the wax cures, an encaustic painting may develop bloom. Bloom is a naturally occurring hazy white residue. It may also occur if a painting is exposed to cold. Bloom can easily be removed by buffing the surface of the painting. Encaustic paintings can be buffed to a high gloss using a soft, lint-free cloth or pantyhose. If the original sheen has become dull over time, it can be brought back by repeating the buffing process. Once an encaustic painting has fully cured and hardened, bloom will shed.