It's the weekend! I'm sharing this one that I finalized work on, but started several months ago--this large piece. It would be great in a dining room, living room or even kitchen if you have that much wall space!
Acrylic on Canvas, 36x24, $995 plus ~ $40 shipping SOLD
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This is a favorite soda of those living in my neck of the woods. Sundrop citrus cola. I had to try one in encaustic since I paint so many of these in oil or acrylic. I just sent one to Hawaii! This one is a large piece with lots of texture.
Notice the layers of color and texture in this! Blues beneath the awesome combinations of vibrant reds. I love the layering capabilities of working in beeswax.
And here is one last detail of the cool pinhole texture and the signature in the bottom left corner.
Encaustic on Cradled Clayboard, 30x10, $600, plus ~$30 shipping (Inquire please)
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This painting was actually done a while back, but I just had not gotten it up on my blog yet. Now that I have more encaustic pieces, I'm ready to start selling and promoting them. They're so much fun to do--very unusual process, and they really make me step out of my box and be ultra creative! As you can see the process of using a torch to fuse each layer also allows for times of complete melting of the beeswax/pigment, creating an abstract.
This one is called "Green Day."
Detail of right bottom corner with signature.
Let me know what you think of this. The colors are some of my personal favorites!
Encaustic, $500, plus $25 shipping (Inquire)
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