6.24.2009

America


Today, I was finally able to finish my diptych of the America flag that I've been working on for a while now in encaustic.  I had run out of gas in my propane torch and ran by Lowe's earlier and was able to fuse the last layer of the painting.  It is sealed and ready to sell!  I envision this being hung as one piece with each piece held together by 2 hooks and rings.  My husband will have to do that for me or my local frame shop if Todd can't get to it as soon as I need it.  This piece was inspired by Jasper Johns' flag that he did many years ago.  I love alot of his encaustic pieces!
Total size: 20"x 30" on 2.5" cradled Clayboard, $1100 plus shipping.  (shipping determined according to shipping location)



Detail Shots:


Close up of rich texture!

Detail showing the space between the 2 pieces


Billie Holiday Now Available For Purchase!


full 48x24

detail
Got Black History Month on my mind here in my studio! Last week I painted B. B. King, and this week? Billie Holiday! I'm posting it FRESH off my easel without really studying it much. I may make some changes since viewing the photos, it now seems a bit cartoon-y, which means "tight." So, let me know what you think!

Acrylic on Canvas, 48x24, $2400 plus shipping (shipping determined according to shipping location)



Call the studio: 256-232-2521 for purchase.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, you made a really neat piece of work as a diptych (sp?) very similar/inspired from Jasper John's piece. Really nice! The encaustic medium is very nice. I would love to learn more about it. Thank you for showing it.

John

Carole Foret said...

John, thank you for your comment! The flag is getting lots of attention as it sits in my gallery window. Fun to have as we approach Independence Day!

Joe said...

My wife and I are really interested in your work-it's fantastic! We'll be following your blog as you add more pieces! Thanks for providing such amazing art!

Joe

Carole Foret said...

Thank you so much for watching my work! I hope to get more soon!