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The glass hangings are dimensional, multi-layered and reflect the piece on the surface of the wall, and integral part of the design.
In Provincetown around 1913, the starving artists developed a technique that would emulate Japanese woodblock printing, using one woodblock and water-based paint. The block may be reused multiple times.
Encaustics are created with hot bee's wax, demar resin, pigment and inclusions.