Monday, September 24, 2007

Wistful for wax



Process: Painting in Encaustic, originally uploaded by e.briel.
Photo from 2000, painting in encaustic.


During my last year at university, I received a grant to study encaustic painting, an ancient Greco-Roman technique of painting in wax. I continued working in the medium for a few years, then turned to cyanotypes as they were more portable for my travelling lifestyle than cumbersome kilos of wax painted onto wood panels. But since settling in here, I've considered starting working in encaustic again.


2 comments:

Jack said...

I'm so happy for you: A quick skim says your life has turned into one of great beauty and peace. 8^) And I'm grateful someone finally got you to do some modeling work.

I finally got a hold of some Ad Frank CDs and they're really growing on me.

Jennifer Metz said...

Hi Elizabeth,

Thanks for your comment on my blog and for the description of the 'fishermans village near the ferry pier on Lamma Island'... I love these images. Beautiful work on your blog(s) ...

Happy travels,
Jennifer