Encaustic paintings (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panels

dated 2012 until 2017 (click on an image to enlarge an artwork)
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Arctic Blue

2017

Seascape series in encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel. Celebrating the beauty of the once magnificent oceans now under threat.

Into the Blue

2017

Seascape series in encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel. Celebrating the beauty of the once magnificent oceans now under threat.

Wavelength 3

2017

Seascape series in encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel. Celebrating the beauty of the once magnificent oceans now under threat.

Westward

2017

Seascape series in encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel. Celebrating the beauty of the once magnificent oceans now under threat.

Confluence

2017

Seascape series in encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel. Celebrating the beauty of the once magnificent oceans now under threat.

Timelessness

2016

Latest work in my recent series produced for the New Zealand Art Show. Encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel

Oceanic

2016

This work references the landscape, particularly the point at which the sea meets the sky, the horizon, where heaven and earth meet. These boundaries, the edges in nature are where the greatest diversity lies. Creatures of the air, water, and earth co-exist at this conjunction of the elements. We are the ordained caretakers of this planet. Let us all try a little harder to tread lightly on the earth. Punctuated by islands and landforms  reflecting human habitation, the work is contemporary, minimalist and is essentially spiritual by nature.

Foremost

2016

An abstract expression reflecting natural tones and tints inherent in the natural tones of beeswax reflective of honey tones of summer. Encaustic - beeswax and damar resin on woodpanel.

Passage

2016

Evocative piece representing transitions in life and the contact and understanding sought and shared. Figurative textural work. Encaustic - (beeswax and dammar resin) on board

Another Time Another Place

2015

My latest work references the landscape, particularly the point at which the sea meets the sky, the horizon, where heaven and earth meet. These boundaries, the edges in nature are where the greatest diversity lies. Creatures of the air, water, and earth co-exist at this conjunction of the elements. We are the ordained caretakers of this planet. Let us all try a little harder to tread lightly on the earth. Punctuated by islands and landforms  reflecting human habitation, the work is contemporary, minimalist and is essentially spiritual by nature.

Flotsam and Jetsam

2015

My latest work references the landscape, particularly the point at which the sea meets the sky, the horizon, where heaven and earth meet. These boundaries, the edges in nature are where the greatest diversity lies. Creatures of the air, water, and earth co-exist at this conjunction of the elements. We are the ordained caretakers of this planet. Let us all try a little harder to tread lightly on the earth. Punctuated by islands and landforms  reflecting human habitation, the work is contemporary, minimalist and is essentially spiritual by nature.

Venusian Dream

2016

Latest work in my recent series produced for the New Zealand Art Show. Encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel

Foo Foo 1

2016

Latest work in my recent series produced for the New Zealand Art Show. Encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel

Foo Foo 2

2016

Latest work in my recent series produced for the New Zealand Art Show. Encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel

Foo Foo 3

2016

Latest work in my recent series produced for the New Zealand Art Show. Encaustic (beeswax and damar resin) on plywood panel

Palindrome

2014

WW1 encaustic painting on plywood panel. From my 2014 'Remember to Remember' Exhibition at Aratoi Museum of Art and History See my exhibition on Flickr

BUT ERIC

2012

From a series of works based on sewing patterns, re-arranged to create a narrative within the piece. Encaustic on plywood panel