Artist's description:

If you have been following my work, you may have noticed a change recently. After several years devoted to painting representational landscapes, I have committed myself to non objective abstract art for one year, starting in August, 2017. This is to give myself the time to really explore this new direction.

This piece is a blue and white encaustic painting (bees wax, damar, pigment) on ten wood panels of varying sizes that piece together to make a painting that measures 30"h x 36"w at the longest edges. Note that the panels do not line up in a rectangle, the panels on the right side create a staggered diagonal. The paint surface is rich and highly textured. The spaces where there is no paint are the raw wood of the pine panels.

The title refers to a song. Like music, paintings can be full of feeling, while not always having a narrative. I've chosen to name these pieces after songs because I feel a connection between music and this body of work, and the songs are an inspiration.

Materials used:

Nine wood panels, beeswax, graphite, damar

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Jealous Moon, ten panel encaustic painting 30" x 36" (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Domenica Brockman from United States

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