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Flowers For The Lady :: Posted by: Hazel on July 3rd, 2013

New Paintings : Flowers For The Lady

I have recently had lots of comments about my Lady paintings, it all started a year ago when I painted a series of “Lady” style paintings for an Art In Wax Exhibit, which can be viewed “Lady Day Fashion” since then I have painted several different styles of Lady, several of which have been sold.

These new pictures have a theme as each are holding flowers ……

Meet the Ladies

Lady Lavender : Dressed in her teal colours finery, a long dress and stylist hat, she is holding a bunch of tied Lavender.
This Hot wax paintings of Lady Lavender is A4 in size

Lady Rose : Dressed in her purple dress and stunning hat, Lady rose is holding a bouquet of pink roses.
This encaustic art painting of Lady Rose is A5 in size

Lady Daisy : Dressed in pink with a complimentary hat featuring a purple flower this Lady is holding a spray of yellow and orange blooms.
This encaustic art painting of Lady Daisy is A4 in size

Lady Daisy Lady Rose Lady Lavender

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Some of the paintings featured on this blog, including these Lady’s may be for sale, if you are interested in buying Art In Wax please contact me, Hazel Rayfield for more information

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Flower Show – Encaustic Art in Wax :: Posted by: Hazel on December 15th, 2012

Flower Show

Encaustic Art Flower Show

I have today created a slide show of some of my flower paintings.

This show is based on a selection of my flower paintings, including some not previously seem online before.

More shows

I will create some more themed shows, for Landscapes and my ACEO collection

What do you think of this slide show?
Please leave me a comment below if you liked this show and if you would like to see more slide shows of Art In Wax.

Thanks for watching.

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How I Paint My Encaustic Daisy :: Posted by: Hazel on October 15th, 2011

How I paint an Encaustic Daisy

Daisies are one of my favourite shape of flower, and lots of flowers have this shape, Asters, Sunflowers, Cone flowers, and of course the beautiful Marguerite daisy, which comes in many colours and looks wonderful in great swaves.

The daisy features a lot in Art In Wax, it is the basis for the logo, website design and blog theme, it is also one of the first flowers I painted in encaustic wax. So I thought this would make a great demonstration of how I paint in wax.

My husband Adrian has taken a series of photos of the stages and hopefully you can see how I work, bringing together the coloured wax to form this cute little picture of a daisy.

Tools and Materials I used :
Encaustic Iron
Encaustic Gloss Paper A6 size
Encaustic Wax – Colours : White, Pastel Mint, Leaf Green, Mid Yellow and Orange
Scribing Tool
Polishing Cloth

The first thing I do is create a light background for the painting. I coat the iron with White wax and add two small bands of the Pastel Mint wax and with one passing onto the card create a light background.

Stem and Leaves
Using the edge of the iron with some of the green wax, I make one stroke to create the stem, the leaves are then pushed out from the base of the stem to create two leaf shapes.

How I paint my Daisy photo background and stem leaves
I use the tip of the iron and add a small ring of Yellow wax in drops to the card about where I imagine the top of the diasy will be. The petals are formed by gently pushing the wax drops into a petal shapes.
The number of petals varies every time I do this and can depend on how the wax flows.
How I paint my daisy Photo Petals
Center – Seed Head
Next comes the center of the daisy, I use the tip of the iron and some Orange wax to form a small round just touching the Yellow of the petals, being careful not to bleed the Orange into the Yellow too much. Although when this happens it can give a nice Orange stripe to the finished flower.
How I paint my Daisy Center

The wax has a light polish and I add a few dots with the scribing tool to the edge of the flower head for a little bit of texture.

How I paint my daisy finishing

Just need to sign it into the wax and I’m all done!

More demonstrations in the future

I hope you like this little demonstration of encaustic art, we hope to create some videos in the coming months to demonstrate how I paint in action!

Owning an Original Encaustic Daisy Painting By Hazel Rayfield

If you would like to own one of my Encaustic Daisy paintings, they are 6 x 4 inches in size and come backed with a mount board and can be purchased direct from me. Please contact me direct for details of how to buy an Original Encaustic Daisy Painting.

Encaustic Art By Hazel Rayfield
Photography By Adrian Rayfield

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Art In Wax :: Posted by: Hazel on September 21st, 2011

New Website and now my stationary

Leaflet and Business Cards

I was recently asked if I had any literature about Art In Wax, to which I naturally replied yes its all online on our website. As a web designer for business, Adrian (my husband) and I built this website as a natural progression to display my artwork, however this made me realise that I needed some hard copy literature too.

So I set to work this week and have designed a business card and leaflet for Art In Wax, the artwork was send to the printers on Monday and I have just had an email from UPS to say they will be delivered today. Exciting stuff!

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