Oops, someone told me that onery isn't spelled with an h. How fun, it does look better.
Forgot to say, I do the art and mount it on a 5 x 7 watercolor card. They pop right into a ready made frame. Inexpensive ones from the craft store work well.
Here are a few more. You can also just do abstracts on plain paper. I will do a tutorial on that later on. So easy and fun. The wax just melts right into your paper. I love it. I don't have to use a grill or pots of encaustic medium and it cuts way down on the heat level and easy to get out and then clean up.
And last night I found that I can also do monotypes. And stencils. Getting more ideas as I experiment.
You do need an encaustic iron and Suze Weinberg has a great tool that is a take off on a wood burner with different tips. I plan to do blog posts on all this, but we are taking some time for a short trip. When i get back.....
- Pam Carriker-Art at the Speed of Life
- TwoCoolTexans Etsy store
- Collage postcards by Glenda
- GlendaBaileyDesigns shop
- Nancy Lefko mixed media art
- Gail Schmidt-Shabby Cottage Studio
- Felted work by Glenda
- Alisha's blog-Alisha Fredrickson
- Gillian's blog
- Jean-Texas Hill Country Painter
- American Art Moves