Center: “Chartres”, 18″x20″, encaustic, $500
Others: various, 6″x6″, $100 each
My November, 2015 wall at Archway Gallery features my first public exhibition of my hexagon frameworks. This piece has a subtle under-etchings and is topped by stenciled etchings using instruments I talked my dentist into providing. After a friend’s comment that it had a New Orleans vibe, I named it after a venerable French Quarter street: Chartres.
The larger of the 6″x6″ pieces are some of my earlier pieces where I was doing more elaborate framing and applying a 2-part resin top-coat. The upper left is one of my pieces featuring vermiculite, and the lower right is one of my rare abstracts.