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Neon Pours

Posted on: November 22, 2012

It’s very strange the way inspiration can come from seemingly anywhere. At work the other day I found a little piece of trash that looks like a torn piece of cardboard. Instead of throwing it away I was immediately taken by it and said YES I will use you in a project soon! And I did today. It made for an interesting landscape for a new encaustic piece, a super bright neon encaustic piece (pictures below). Clearly I am going through a Lynda Benglis phase here with my pouring of the paint, but instead of a floor it is just on a small panel. I really enjoy the grooves and lines popping up from the piles of bright wax. I cut into it as well to give it some more texture and grooves. I am thinking of pairing some of these smaller encaustic works with some ceramic pieces that have similar textures and patterns for display. We will see how they work out together soon. I have a few pictures of what I was working on today in different stages.


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