One of My Favorite Encaustic Paintings

I am presently seeking out new territory in my paintings, and it’s too soon to show what I’m trying to learn now.  So, for your viewing pleasure today, here is one of my favorite paintings from my encaustic period (which lasted maybe 3-4 years, and may not yet be over).  This is the 4th in a series of 4 paintings of poppies – a very popular group of paintings.

Stoic-Poppies-in-an-Earthquake-encaustic-painting-by-Marilyn-Fenn“Stoic Poppies in an Earthquake”
Encaustic on panel
12″ x 12″
© 2007 Marilyn Fenn

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I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.

— Joan Miro
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  • Remarkably beautiful that after this study, you, too, shifted to an abstract style of expression in your art. Cezanne kind of did that to art, too! After him, things shifted quite radically, didn’t they. ‘Father of Modern Art,’ is it. :)
Gallery of Recent Paintings
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