Gallery > Encaustic

My first workshop in the encaustic method of painting was in 2010 at The Encaustic Center of Dallas. I began to take this medium seriously in studying the process more in 2014 and am on a continued path of learning.
I find this method and process of painting exciting as there are many ways to work with the wax to achieve thought provoking pieces.

Transitioning
Encaustic on birch
30 x 60
2015
Revenant
Encaustic on birch
36 x 60
2016
Turbulent
Encaustic on birch
16 x 16
2016
four in a series of four...connected landscape
Encaustic on panel
6 x 6 x 2
2015
two in a series...connected landscape
Encaustic on panel
6 x 6 x 2
2015
One in a series of four ... landscape connection
Encaustic on panel
6 x 6 x 2
2015
three in a series...connected landscape
Encaustic on panel
6 x 6 x 2
2015
giving tree
Encaustic on panel
12 x 24 x 2
2015
Sparkle and Shine
Encaustic, ink, pigment stick on panel
8 x 10
2016
Mutual Core 1
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
slowly drifting #2
Encaustic on panel
12 x 12 x 2
2015
slowly drifting #1
Encaustic on panel
12 x 12 x 2
2015
Into a place that's vast
Encaustic
20 x 20 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 2
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 3
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 4
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 5
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 6
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 7
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 8
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Mutual Core 9
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Ethereal bright palette in encaustic
Encaustic on panel
10 x 10 x 2
2015
Encaustic, abstract,colorful
Encaustic on panel
12 x 12 x 2
2015