Open for viewing by appointment during the year.
During Raglan Arts Weekend 2019, 20-22 April, opening times are 10am to 3pm.
Encaustic Wax Art is an Ancient art form created by heating dyed beeswax, which was then burnt into wood. Modern techniques utilize electrical heating tools and wax is applied to a variety of surfaces.
Pauline Abrahams has been an artist all her life. Twenty years ago Pauline started using Coloured Wax Blocks to create, landscapes and flowers. She uses a variety of mediums and incorporates other disciplines, such as Calligraphy, Chinese Art, Mandalas and Zodiac Signs, into her work.