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New Interstice Diptych! An Abstract, Encaustic Painting by Colorado Contemporary Artist, Susan M. Gibbons

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New Interstice Diptych!
20"x20"x1.5" each
Golds, whites, and blacks enhance the textures of this work.  Playing with horizontal  and vertical orientations, they accentuate the rhythm and cadence of these paintings.
For more information, please contact me at
smgibbonsfineartist@gmail.com
To see more of my work, please visit
http://www.susanmgibbons.com

A New Encaustic Painting by Colorado Contemporary Artist, Susan M. Gibbons

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New Work!!!
Rusts, golds, blacks, and whites accent this piece with textures and hue.   Available through my studio.  Please contact me for details.
Email address:
smgibbonsfineartist@gmail.com
To see more of my work, please visit:
http://www.susanmgibbons.com

A New Abstract, Encaustic Painting by Colorado Contemporary Artist, Susan M. Gibbons

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New Work!
Encaustic on Cradled Board
20"x 20"x 1.5"
Luscious and luminous greens enhance this piece with variegated textures throughout it.  
For purchase information, please contact
smgibbonsfineartist@gmail.com
To see more of my work, please visit
http://www.susanmgibbons.com

About Encaustic

I was thinking that some of you may not be familiar with encaustic so here's a blurb about it!  Enjoy!


The Art of Encaustic Painting
Encaustic is a word that is used to describe the medium as well as the painting process.  A Greek word (enkaustikos) meaning ‘to burn’, encaustic utilizes melted bees wax, damar resin, and pigment to create the paint.  It is one of the oldest painting mediums, dating back to the Egyptians and the Greco-Romans.  Wax was originally used to coat sea faring ships and eventually encaustics were used to paint the sculptures that were ornamenting them.  The Greeks and Romans used encaustics to paint their sculptures and pottery while the Egyptians used the medium to create life-like portraits for coffins.  Within the Byzantine period, encaustic was also used to create icons of Christ and the Saints.  While used sparingly during the Renaissance through the 18th and 19th centuries, encaustic was revived as a contemporary medium with Jasper Johns during the 1950…

SOLD! An Abstract, Encaustic on Paper Painting by Colorado Contemporary Artist, Susan M. GIbbons

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SOLD!
This 12" x 12" Encaustic on Paper piece didn't last long!
For more information regarding Susan M. Gibbons' work, please visit
http://www.susanmgibbons.com
To contact Susan, please email her at


smgibbonsfineartist@gmail.com