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Capturing the fleeting beauty of forsythia isn't easy, but every stroke is worth it. From bright beginnings to the lasting artwork. If you think it shines here, just wait until you see it in person!


Encaustic, from the Greek "enkaustikos" meaning "to heat or burn in," combines natural beeswax and dammar resin. I create my pieces using wax mediums, pigment blocks, oil paints, and occasionally pigment sticks, applying the hot wax with various tools and fusing with a blow torch.


Each artwork is presented on high-quality birch or maple panels, ready to hang or elegantly display on a shelf. Like any fine art, encaustic paintings should be kept at room temperature and away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures; wax melts at 150°F / 65°C.

First Flirt of Spring - 18x24"

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