I've started taking photos of my mini encaustic paintings having my oldest daughter holding the paintings. I really like how one can see the size of these "mini" paintings. All of these paintings are available in my shop .
Hi, your work is simply beautiful! We are preparing to move and I want to be really picky with what I display on my soon-to-be new walls. I will certainly purchase something from you this spring.I wasn't sure of the technique you use until I researched it (encaustic painting) it sounds very complicated to me (maybe because I have zero artistic talent). I'm curious about the crow that I see repeatedly on your work. Are they drawings made with ink?Thanks for your wonderful art, it truly is gorgeous, I will be purchasing something from you very shortly.Marjo
Dear Marjo,Thanks for you kind compliments on my encaustic art. Encaustic is a fantastic medium and actually much more beautiful "in person." The photos really don't do the paintings justice. Most of the crows that I have in my paintings are photographs of crows I have taken. I then manipulated the photography and create an image transfer that I make on tissue paper and embed into my painting.Best,Susan
Thank you for the explanation...I'm in awe of your work.
such precious new life you hold in your hands!
OMG! These are awesome! Haven't been out and about in blog land lately, but good to see something fresh, great work!xx,Autumn Clark