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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Cold Wax


I spent 3 days on this little painting; 3 days of glorious fun. It is 8x8"- cold wax and dry pigments.  

12 comments:

Bren said...

I am so intrigued by your experiments with cold wax. Can't wait for the release of your book as that will be a whole new area to learn something about, and now, cold wax. Love your pieces coming from your messy play times :-)

SOEWNEARTH said...

Have you been over to visit Rebecca Crowell? She does wonderful cold wax work.
http://rebeccacrowellart.blogspot.com/
So looking forward to the plaster workshop

Cheryl said...

That is the most beautiful painting ever!!! I love it!!!

Laura said...

Fantastic, so many good things going on in such a little space.

lilasvb said...

very nice! well done

Cindy Swan-Eagan said...

wonderful - so full of textures and rhythm. Thanks for sharing!

Lynn said...

It looks like something moving fast on a snowy day.

Keep having fun.

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Love they layers Judy! It reminds me of melting ice cream with sprinkles!:)
Much Love,
Jenny

ps: can you do transfers on cold wax?

Ruth Armitage said...

Love the subtlety of color and your beautiful marks :)

lynda Howells said...

gorgeous Judyxxxlynda

nandas said...

this is gorgeous! i love non objective work.

Seth said...

3 Days of glorious fun = 1 glorious painting!