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Still Time on Pye Pond  -  Encaustic Photographs

 

Some of my photos like to tell their story in a more subtle manner. Here they are unretouched, preserved under a coat of encaustic medium.

Did you see the house missing?
18" x 24" color print and encaustic on board.
Closing Time
Juror selection at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts "Unseen Greenville" exhibit, December 2015.
(From my Greenville series.)
12"x16" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
The Shovel and the Heart Chair
Southern Hospitality.
8"x10" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
The Heart Chair and the Plank
Reserved seat.
10"x8" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
Speaking Volumes
A gathering place.
8"x10" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
It Was An Accident
Genealogy.
10"x8" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
It Was No Accident
Geography.
8"x10" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
Looking Glass I
Self-portrait.
10"x8" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
Family Tree
Fixed.
8"x10" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
The Electric Frying Pan
Where I found it, on a tractor seat in a barn on Pye Pond. I buffed it up and Grandpa fixed the plug. From the very first day in my encaustics studio, I have been using this old frying pan to tell my stories of Pye Pond.
10"x8" Color print and encaustic medium on board.
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