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    « House of Wax | Main | retail therapy »

    November 09, 2011

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    Starla

    O.M.G!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS PIECE!! (I kind of have this thing for skeletons...I think all the different type of anatomy classes I had to take in school for Physical Therapy got me started!)

    This is such the perfect inspiration piece. I may just have to "leap" and give wax art a try!! Thanks!!

    Priscilla from California

    Absolutely love it!!! And skeletons, who knew?

    P.S. I'm a transplant from the suburbs of New York.

    Sue Roddis

    I LOVE your bones:)

    Kathyk

    Ooooh I gotta get me some of those pan pastels! Love this project too.

    Happy Thursday

    Kathyk

    Helen

    I think your frame looks fantastic - love the skeletons - inspired. Really love this piece.

    Melanie Kiser

    Oh, a Day of the Dead piece! I truly LOVE this piece ... I do believe it is my favorite of yours. Are you gonna sell it?????

    Linda Cain

    LOVE it!!!!! So Fun!!!

    ~Linda

    Andrea Matus

    Encaustic gesso? Amazing, never knew about that before. Love what you've done with the piece...it'll look fab next to your de Meng's! xo

    Jacqueline Sweeney

    I Love this piece!! It's really quirky! I must try out some wax in the meltpit. Your projects always blow me away!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Jackie x

    Pam Perry

    Skeletons may not be your thing, but you sure know how to get the best use of them! Fabulous!

    Diana Ramsey

    I agree about skeletons not being a first choice for art, but what you have done with them looks really cool. I have worked with Encaustic using napkins on canvas and also used it with Artist Trading Cards with great success. I always love your work AND your enthusiasm and sense of humour.

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