Here’s another collection of small paintings I’ve done recently, by rubbing plaster into reclaimed fabric, and then finishing it all with an encaustic of beeswax and damar resin. They have a satiny texture and I’m in love with the grungy raw edges.
Which of these paintings do you like best? And why? Words, colours, characters, textures?
My favourite is Warning: non-conformity may be disturbingly liberating, which is definitely my experience of breaking the mould. It’s hard to go back to a compliant, socially acceptable life once you’ve had a taste of that kind of freedom, I think!
If you’d like one of these, they are in my shop, except for Resilient girl who has gone off to her new home already.