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Titles and information about some of the artwork are found on the site by clicking on individual pieces. I use numerous substrates, cotton, linen or agave paper on birch, acrylic or metal; Japanese kozo; and aluminum.
Most of my work involves combining elements from numerous photos to create a scene or abstract piece.
The majority of my images are photo/digital encaustic. The image is printed with archival inks and paper, affixed to a cradled wood panel, coated with UV-protectant varnish, heated, then infused with hot beeswax/hot resin. Encaustic paint and other media may be included in the process.
More about my thinking and art process are covered in the national Encaustic Arts Magazine, Winter 2019 issue, available online at https://www.eainm.com/encaustic-arts-magazine/.
Any issue of this superb magazine offers a good introduction to encaustic artists and how they work, with numerous color photos to illustrate.