Tag Archives: encaustic paint

Text in My Work and Something about Chagall

For some years now, I have been employing text in a number of my works and series. The recent works have something to do with stars, the Milky Way and deserts.  To see a couple of works, please visit my … Continue reading

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Don’t Burn Her.

I love encaustic, though sometimes it gives me a hard time as any serious relationship might.  “She” is delicate and fickle.  I have to deal with her between a temperature of 165°F and 220°F (74℃ – 104.5℃).  It depends on … Continue reading

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I fell in love. I pursued. Mysterious Media – Encaustic

Have you ever heard of the word “encaustic”?  Although it is English, many people who are not in the art field may not be familiar with this word.  Encaustic is a medium used in painting, and can be made from … Continue reading

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