Thursday, February 4, 2010

encaustic class

yesterdays class was spent putting the
finishing touches on several works from the past 10 days
of the full moon madness
it was power tool time!
attaching all the hardware to my pieces
above, i started with the background
i wanted it to look like
a rusted and painted piece of metal
just the edges
i added old book pages to the centre as
background for my photos
added photo copies of the trees
then started layering on all the texture
wallpaper, cardboard, wax,
lace and cheesecloth
finally, the hardware
the past several weeks have been great
this surge of creativity was a wonderful ride
but now i'm exhausted and my brain-mush
time to rest up and get distracted
maybe start planning my
spring paris trip!
yes, that's paris, france!
64 days and counting
air and apartment booked
time to start getting organized
on how i want to spend my days!!!
more details to come.......


Shayla said...

*Squeal!* Have a wonderful time in Paris. Will you be taking your camera?

Your textures are delicious and the composition turned out well. Great piece.

Irene said...

Wonderful pieces this session, you deserve a rest. You've lightened up your colors of late, and I like it. What a great retreat Paris. Take great walking shoes.

Unknown said...

You will so enjoy Paris!

gotta say I love this piece you have made, gorgeous xxx

Caterina Giglio said...

oh lucky you!! and this piece is so chewy in texture! just yummy!

Distressing Delilah a.k.a. jenn said...

can I just be you for the next class!!!! I love your work here!

Joanne Huffman said...

Paris in the springtime. How cool is that! I love the encaustic piece - so rich and layered.

*jean* said...

ooo how wonderful! lucky you!

Lisa said...

Paris..what a lucky girl you are!!! I love the textures you've added on your piece..just fabulous!

angelandspot said...

That is so beautiful.

Anonymous said...

this piece is so beautiful! How exciting about going to Paris. :)

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