Wednesday, September 22, 2010

encaustic class

today's class was all about texture
but for something different
i decided to do a monochromatic color scheme
9 6x6 canvas boards

layers of wax (over and over again)
washers to make the rings
and some shells

handmade roses of wax
and cheesecloth

a broken tea cup
wooded stir sticks
and square pasta
it was fun to move the squares around
to see how they relate to each other
next project i'll try some colour


Lost Aussie said...

I think this is my most favorite piece that you have ever done, it's stunning!

Cynthia Schelzig said...

This looks so interesting with the varied structures of the wax...gorgeous!

Joanne Huffman said...

This is so incredibly cool!

Lisa said...

you've really outdone yourself! this is delicious...fabulous colors and textures...tactile perfection!

Dena said...

I love the combination of the textures with the different levels of yellow, almost edible, like corn flakes. Very visually appealing.

Irene said...

I agree with Lost Aussie, I love it.

Anonymous said...

gosh nancy...i love those roses...happy creating!

Leslie Jane Moran said...

This is like an amazing wax quilt! The roses are fabulous.

Unknown said...

Love Love Love this Nancy!

Give me a shout -- let me know when you're able to chat with me about classes and such. :)

Caryl said...

Gosh this is really interesting. I love it.

Susan Williamson said...

This probably souns wierd, but just looking at these textures made me want to eat them ...encaustic cookies perhaps?

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