In this collection, you will find a variety of tools and brushes that are focused on working with cold wax. The brushes are more coarse/stiff and the tools are able to create dramatic or subtle marks and texture. Like the brushes, they will be stiffer, able to scrape back medium, and work through layers of paint.
Use a common art solvent (such as odorless paint thinner) to remove paint/cold wax, then wash with a mild soap such as Dove or Murphy's Oil Soap to remove any residual media.
Use your fingers to rub the fibers together to loosen and remove the residual media from the brush head.
Shape the brush head if needed and hang dry
To see a review of my most popular cold wax tools click on the image below:
This bowl is beautifully crafted and is quite functional with deep sides to hold my inks. Used along with a feather tool which I also purchased from this artist, they work great at helping me make lovely and expressive ink marks, while also bringing joy to my work and studio due to their own artistic beauty.
This brush, as with all of the brushes I own of hers, is a work of art that demands attention and finally meditation. In Zennist terms the non-self actualizes in moments of ink on paper in a time that flows on a space that expresses.