junior birdmen I - mixed media, encaustic on wood panel, 12X12 inches
This piece began with an old family photo of three boys and their dog in rural New Brunswick. The photo was taken around 1940 at a time when play was probably a bit of a luxury and the goggles worn by one of the “junior birdmen” would have been quite a find. This nostalgic piece also captures time and place with vintage sheet music “nothing else to do” and ads for bicycles and butterscotch.
Materials: Layers of mixed media and encaustic (wax) on 12X12" wood panel with vintage papers
This is an original mixed media painting on a wood panel consisting of a 3 mm birch surface cradled on a 1.5" thickness gallery wood frame. Signed on reverse. This piece features encaustic (beeswax). Encaustic pieces may be lightly polished or dusted with a lint free cloth. Avoid placing all artwork in direct sunlight
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