Coquille Point Ripples, 24″ x 18″
Coquille Point is one of Bandon, Oregon’s fantastic treasures and is an area which has inspired many of my paintings. A previous pastel, “Coquille Point Inlet”, uses the same background rock formations as this encaustic. Another encaustic, “Watery Ripples,” was done from a view just around the big rock on the right in this painting.
In “Coquille Point Ripples,” I focused on the gentle water ripples flowing between the rocks at mid tide. The sunny day made for lovely colors in the water.
Coquille Point Inlet, 12″ x 9″
Watery Ripples, 20″ x 16″ sold
16″ x 12″
This encaustic painting continues depicting my fascination with moving, tumbling water. Here are reflective surfaces that give a cloudy view to the rocks below, as well as slices of clear windows into the shallow depths.
Orange Glow Elephant, 6″ x 6″ sold
The setting sun cast an orange glow around and through Elephant Rock. This is the third time I have painted Elephant Rock at sunset. The first was a watercolor, “Elephant Sun.” The second was an encaustic collage, “Elephant Rock Sunset.” Even with the sunset and Elephant Rock static, the tide and the painting approach make for very different paintings.
Elephant Sun, 8″ x 10″ sold
Elephant Rock Sunset, 12″ x 12″ sold