The first bronze casting of Reflecting is here. Awarded 3rd place for sculpture in the Reflections 2012 show at the Rowayton Arts Center. The edition will be limited to 30 at the most, that’s if the mold lasts that long. It’s been a tremendous challenge, first … Continue reading
Here is my October 2012 presentation at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists walk-&-talk, edited for clarity. Click on any image for a closer look. Collateral Damage (above), is based on a concept I call The Burning Garden, which originated with a … Continue reading
A fragile little assemblage of pigmented wax. Balance and movement led to something that seems like a figure – although far from human anatomy. Continue reading
…but I did. A work in progress, as yet untitled (No.151), 2.5 by 8 inches, crop tentative, encaustic on canvas to be mounted on board.
I’ve been calling this graphite study “Light from Above” since it has been stimulating all sorts of environmental sculpture ideas on that concept.
Encaustic painting (hot wax painting) is one of the oldest known painting techniques. The simplest hot wax painting is a combination of beeswax and pigment, melted and applied with a pallet knife or brush. There are often additions of Damar … Continue reading
It seems like art made of wax would be very vulnerable to heat, but it takes a lot more than a warm room to melt wax. Unless your house is hot enough that your candles are drooping an encaustic artwork … Continue reading