Let's save the bees...
A brand new mini encaustic...
I am getting ready for the "Fall Foliage Art Studio Tour".
This event is taking place on Columbus Day Weekend.
October 10th and 11th from 10am-5pm.
Twenty five artists are opening their studio to the public.
To see the map and videos of artists' work go to: www.fallfoliageartstudiotour.com
5" x 5"
Encaustic and Mixed Media on Birch Panel SOLD
When I study it I feel that it needs more texture,
particularly at the bottom of the painting.
I have to be careful as I tend to overdo it!
This image came to me from a memory.
During my trip to French Polynesia,
alone, I visited this tiny island not far from Bora Bora.
I rented an old bicycle and spent the day admiring
and exploring the island's wild beauty.
The wind on my face felt very refreshing as I peddled away.
My lungs were filled with the scented air,
wild flowers surrounding me caressed me with their rare perfume.
I felt free and happy.
I never wanted that bicycle ride to end!
Often I recall that particular day...
Encaustic on Panel
Bee's wax, colored pigments, shellac, transfer
16" x 16"
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Welcome to my Art Journal
In January 2007, I decided to paint every day. I began with 2" x 2" paintings then to the larger pieces displayed on this page. I became fascinated with these creations and I just could not wait for the next day to paint a new one, then two, then three.....I do enjoy the discipline of painting every day and the fact that at the end of the evening I have a number of completed works on my desk. To see the 2' X 2" miniatures click here.