Encaustic: More Playing

Encaustic: More Playing

I have found that the best way to learn more about a process is to play with it, to experiment, without the expectation of ending up with a viable “product”. So I have been doing just that as I venture into the exciting world of encaustic.  It is challenging to overcome the technicalities of it and still maintain my aesthetic. And it is that challenge that is so very appealing.

A few more experiments: Are they finished? Maybe.  Maybe not.  No need to make any permanent decisions at this point.  

 

About jbart3916

Artist, specializing in original drawings, paintings, and collages. View all posts by jbart3916

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