Happy Wax on Wednesdays!
This week I am taking the same 3 photos that were done in last week's Wax on Wednesday video and continuing to explore some techniques with them before I begin work on my large print of this image. I am currently at work on a photo encaustic series entitled "Between Realms" . I invite you to come along on this journey with me as I work on this series :)
I found an old hand written poem on The Graphics Fairy that was perfect for this image .
Here is the link for that poem : https://thegraphicsfairy.com/halloween-ephemera-night-poem-2/
My exploration this week was to see how portions of this would look in the reflection of the water.
The poem was printed on my laser printer. On the first image I was so excited to see how this would look, I forgot to print the image in reverse so that it read correctly on the photo once transferred. UGH , but the other two were printed out correctly and I can still see how the transfer would look on each photo.
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Shari Replogle is an artist sharing her encaustic and other artistic adventures each week here on the blog and on Youtube. Her full line of workshops featuring encaustic and metal are on this site under available workshops.