And the winner is…

Received back the piece that won best in show. It didn’t sell, but I really love this print, so I am glad to have it hanging in my home. It is only 4″x4″ but I framed it in a mat that is 18″x18″. I love to work small, or very big. When I work “mid-size” it just doesn’t work for me.

Best In Show


2 thoughts on “And the winner is…

  1. Hi there! Just found your blog thru
    Twitter (I searched encaustic) and I love your stuff! I see whey this piece won-it’s fantastic. I agree with you-I realized I like my pieces to be really big or really tiny- I like extremes.
    Can I ask you what your substrate is on this one? did you use paper?

    1. Hi Tanya,

      I used rice paper for the substrate, but not all rice paper works the same. So I use a mid weigh one that is used for Sumi. Thanks for the comments and happy waxing

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