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Encaustic Photo Tessellations


Some stories are worth repeating, and so it is for photographs. Repeated and mirrored many times over, my encaustic photos become large tessellations with new stories of their own.

I created these strongly geometric tessellations to mark the first and third anniversaries of the Greenville Center for Creative Arts, from photographs of building materials I took in the backyard of GCCA in the early days of the renovation of Brandon Mill.

These are large and weighty works suitable for professional spaces, and two of them have already found homes in corporate collections in Greenville. They are framed in a sturdy neutral gray floater frame.

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