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Oct 05, 2017
Working with encaustic wax is a challenge at the best of times. It's easier to work small because the melted wax hardens within seconds between the hot plate and painting. You need to work fast or the wax on your brush won't spread. To create a large painting with encaustic wax requires almost super-human speed.
This particular painting measures 28 x 80 inches, which is considered enormous for encaustic. I'm still working on it but I thought I'd let you in on the process.
I just finished it yesterday, and "ta da" - here it is.
'Momentum' encaustic on wood, 28 x 80 inches, © 2017 Shirley Williams - Available $3,900.
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