Encaustic art is an ancient form of artwork that involves painting with hot colored waxes and resins. Many of my encaustic pieces incorporate my drawings and prints . The wax gives the pieces a three contour and depth. I utilize my woodworking skills to create various shaped board and elaborate boxes. To learn more about encaustic art, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encaustic_painting
A representation of the eclipse in Chile on July 2, 2019. A series of 1/4" boxes organized in a manner to represent the stages of the eclipse and how the crowds experienced it. Numerous media were utilized including encaustic, photos of the event, enamel paints and various woodworking techniques. This piece was challenging to put together and took hundreds of hours to construct.
Price - $7,500
A representation of the eclipse in Oregon on August 21, 2017. These sections may be hung in various arrangements or individually. All of the edges have either explanatory wording or images. Hung as an ellipse, the outer size is 4' x 8'. It is a large show piece with different views at various angles.
Price - $7,500
Bullbuckers was a popular band in Rehoboth Beach. This is my encaustic interpretation of their appearance at the 2017 New Year's Eve at the Dogfish Bar. The work is on 1/2" board. The edges have words of explanation.
Price - $350
Jazz pianist plays "Fly Me to The Moon" on a grand piano accompanied by the rest of the quartet - trumpet, sax, drums and stand-up bass player (who looks a lot like Christian McBride) inside the piano box filled with flowers. The Moon (being flown to) is on the piano while the sheet music surrounds the piano. The box is strong but light. There is a lot going on in this piano. A fun piece to hold and experience.
Price - $750