Storm Collection: Nowhere to Hide 2. Holkham Beach, Norfolk. Original Painting
Storm Collection: Nowhere to Hide 2
Realisation that there is no escape from the imminent storm
Engineering oil pigments and wax to echo the dramatic surge of the storm when sky, sea and sand all merge into one mass of energy.
An original painting by multi-award winning artist Jac Scott framed in a white textured floating wooden frame.
The artist has signed the painting on the back with the title - both visible from the back of the frame.
Dimensions:width 94.5cm x height 94.5cm x depth 4.5cm
Michael Harding professional hand made, ethical oil paints, UK.
R&H, USA: handmade encaustic paints (oil pigments in bees wax with dammar resin)
Artists Surfaces, Kent: bespoke museum grade, wooden panel with aluminium anti-warp support.
Artfellows Ltd, Fakenham, Norfolk: framing
Fluid Lands Collection
The revelation of the panoramic beauty of landscape leads to a big explosion of broad strokes of emotion and energy captured in paint.
The ancient method of encaustic art was practiced by the Greeks and Egyptians with 2000 year old examples still in existence. Discover them in the British Museum. Wax and pigments are fused with heat which dries quickly capturing brush strokes, drips and textures. Encaustic art is an all consuming very physical practice.One is seduced by the process of not just applying paint with a brush, palette knife or by pouring, but also the harnessing of heat to energise materials and move the liquids around. The fluidity of the process allows the materials to mix and metamorphose.
Find out more about Jac Scott and her paintings here