Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Encaustic Painting

Hello Friends,

This past Christmas I received an encaustic art kit, but I didn’t do much with it until recently. Like watercolour, there is an adjustment of learning how the medium behaves. If watercolour seems to have a mind of its own, encaustic does even moreso. I am finding it to be like a relationship, as I learn where I can force my will upon the medium and where I need to let it do the wonderful things it naturally does.

Here is a small intuitive painting I did yesterday.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I look forward to reading your comments.

Blessing hugs,
Teresa

4 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Wow, Teresa, this is fantastic, well done! Hugs, Valerie

Wies said...

Wow this is a great painting. It's so nice that you can use your imagination in what you see in the encaustic painting. At first I saw skyscrapers on the horizon. But you can also see rock formations in them. On the forground a thick tree trunk on the edge of water. Well that's my interpretation. I wonder what you ment to paint or see in the result.
Best wishes, Wies

Nana Connie said...

WOW, Teresa, absolutely stunning! Anyone would think you've been working with encaustic art for years. I wish this was hanging in my living room.

Angela Hoynes said...

You are doing great at the encaustic art, love the texture and shape of that tree trunk. You buildings look very mystical. I wrote a short story/poem, can't remember which it was, but it was called the Celestial City. I remembered the title as soon as I saw your picture :)