Cold wax painting is the search word subject most used to bring visitors to my blog. It's been just over a year since I took my workshop with the creative Janice Mason Steeves and my curiosity about this interesting medium (along with yours) continues to grow.
I haven't experimented with cold wax as much as I 'd have liked, but I enjoy how my painting style changes when I do these little art works. I work fast and free with my Wilton pastry cutter and oil paint mix. I think some of these small works would translate well into large acrylic paintings on canvas, don't you?
So scroll down to see my most recent cold wax and oil paintings below. The Williams Mill Gallery has added them to the "Big Show, Small Works" one of a kind gift show on until Dec. 24th.
Once again, the historic 1850's yellow lumber mill outside my Williams Mill studio window are the inspiration for these cold wax panels. And when I do a painting involving koi, water-lily and ponds, the Chappell House Pond at Riverwood Park, Mississauga is my inspiration.