Saturday, October 2, 2010

Wax On Wax Off

I used to work in encaustic about 8 or so years ago.  I have started using wax again in my works, but please note for the purists, I am using different waxes and not true encaustic.  The works below are for a group show titled "Wax On Wax Off" at Visions West Gallery in Denver that opens October 15.


The Three (Two Waters series)
37"x37"
Oil & Wax on Canvas   2010


Small Deer (Two Waters series)
14.25" x 14.75"
Oil & Wax on Panel   2010


Double Horse Study (The Light series)
8"x10"
Oil, Mixed Media, & Wax on Paper on Board  2010


Portrait I (The Light series)
16"x20"
Oil & Wax on Canvas   2010


Portrait II (The Light series)
20"x16"
Oil & Wax on Canvas   2010


Standing Horse  (The Light series)
16"x20"
Oil & Wax on Canvas   2010

3 comments:

Ollie said...

love the effects you get with this. must look up the process.

pritislandscapes said...

A room hung with pictures is a room hung with thoughts.

Art Fortune said...

I really like your work and the effects achieved here. Your subject matter of animals is done in an interesting way. You are not just doing portraits of animals, you are doing them in a new way, which is always refreshing. art