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Pulp Art 12x48 HUGE Encaustic on Panel Framed
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Pulp Art 12x48 HUGE Encaustic on Panel Framed
Pulp Art 12x48 HUGE Encaustic on Panel Framed
Pulp Art 12x48 HUGE Encaustic on Panel Framed
Pulp Art 12x48 HUGE Encaustic on Panel Framed

Pulp Art 12x48 HUGE Encaustic on Panel Framed

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*** Title: "Pulp Art"

*** Size: 12"x48" This listing is for four (4) 12"x12" paintings, ALL FOUR! When framed, they are 14"x14", for a total size of 14"x56". The interior room view is intended for display purposes ONLY. Please look at the actual size to ensure that it is right for your space.

*** Artist: Shelby of BS Art Studio

*** Medium: Professional grade encaustics on wooden panel. To protect your investment, we then frame this piece in a beautiful 1" contemporary black frame, with hardware on the back. Your artwork will arrive ready to hang right out of the box!

*** Colors: Black, White, Red, Beige

*** Style: Contemporary, Abstract Expressionism, Modern, Urban, Industrial, Organic

*** Please click on an image to see a larger version, or the main image to see an enlargement.

Here is some of the feedback that we have already received from our customers!

~ "Arrived safely and quickly. Love the colors and the way they work together."
~ "Hi! Loved the paintings. They are beautiful! Came nicely wrapped and on time." Becky
~ "looks great! thanks a bunch."
~ "The three pieces are absolutely perfect and true to representation on Etsy. Thanks for the easy and great transaction."
~ "They were fantastic in responding to my questions, prompt and informative... I would buy from them again."

What is Encaustic?

Encaustic is the process of painting with wax, resin, and pigment. My paintings are made using oil paint and a microcrystalline wax. It is as versatile a medium as oil or acrylic, the only challenge is that the wax immediately begins to harden when it is removed from its heat source.

Encaustic painting is an art that dates back to the Egyptians during Roman rule. Wax was originally used to caulk ships as they were crossing the Mediterranean, and the process evolved into an elaborate art form. Eventually, as with many ancient arts, all evidence of encaustic all but vanished until recently. Since the 1950's encaustic has seen a resurgence in the contemporary art world, with such prominent painters as Jasper Johns preferring to work in this medium.

Care and Handling:

Although the painting is made with wax, you should not have any problems with the work "melting" as wax has a very high melting rate. As with any fine art work, you should take care to keep it out of direct sunlight and heat. However, do not put your painting in a car on a hot summer day, and then leave it, as the temperatures in the car can rise high enough to potentially damage the piece. I paint on a rigid surface and seal it with a protective coating.

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