purple flower

I’ve been experimenting with paper and paint on wood with a layer of clear encaustic wax on top.   I like the texture and feel of it, but I’m not to crazy about the paint colors I chose for this.  I have more little pieces of wood that I am planning to work with.

So,this will be my last post until Monday. We are heading out of town, just the hubby and I, for a romantic getaway weekend to celebrate our 17th wedding anniversary. We are going back to Portland for a more adult version of our last trip there.  The kids are staying with grandma. It should be a good time.

Until I see you again, please stop on over Dana’s to see an interview she did with me in her Art Biz Mama series.

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9 Responses to purple flower

  1. Oh my gosh, I love this. It’s very creative.

  2. jacqueline says:

    Your work is gorgeous and i really enjoy the interview over at Dana’s! Very inspiring! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to yoU!

  3. Gosh, you are soooooo creative and inspirational and creative. I LOVE your work. Found you via Dana, via Kim Klassen’s inspiration stay-cation. So glad I did! 🙂

  4. Gosh, you are soooooo creative and inspirational. I LOVE your work. Found you via Dana, via Kim Klassen’s inspiration stay-cation. So glad I did! 🙂

  5. AG Ambroult says:

    Regina, I’m so glad to have rediscovered you. Hopped over from Dana’s, great interview! I think maybe we were in the fishbowl class together? Can’t remember, but I used to visit here last year…then I guess I lost track…anyway, nice to “meet” you again 🙂

  6. yasmina says:

    Oh this is just lovely!
    What a happy happy vibe.

  7. Carla says:

    I really like the shape and design of this piece. It looks like it has a very nice texture as well.

  8. perches says:

    lovely work 🙂 hope you had a wonderful anniversary

  9. shelley davis says:

    I love your picture and your color choices are beautiful. Could you please explain what the wax is that you used to finish it with? I have never heard of it before. Thank you

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