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  • Encaustic

    Owl’s Eye

    Inspired by the spooky harvest moon nights, this encaustic and oil painting is one of my favorites.  However, when showing to others some people mentioned seeing the owl's eye.  I looked again and now that is all that I can see.  An 8x10 painting framed to approximately 11x13 inches.

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    Dragonfly Shadow Dish

    This petite saucer has an extra touch of grace, courtesy of a shadowy dragonfly image.  The saucer is glazed in a dusky chartreuse with rich metallic flashes; the dragonfly image is unglazed and has the characteristic smokiness of the western-style raku firing process.  Hand-thrown.  Because of the firing process, this saucer is for decorative purposes only and is not food-safe.  5.25" in diameter, 1.5" deep.

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Rex: I primarily do oil, acrylic, and encaustic paintings and copper enameling. I often develop my paintings as I create them, starting with an original idea and then refining it as I work. Paint mysteriously finds its way onto whatever I am wearing at the time.

Jennifer: I enjoy calligraphy, printmaking, and watercolor. I like to think an idea to death before committing to it and have been known to practice a piece several times before creating a final version.

We both love working with clay and glass. We travel as often as we can and look for inspiration from sources as diverse as coffee shops, fortune cookies, sarcastic comments, and dreams.


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