New Work


 Here is the piece I spoke about in my last post. I will still probably tweak it a little bit though. As you can see it is a triptych but it's not as organized as I would like it to be. I started this one in late November and I used my daughter as my muse for this piece. As a result I tried to put too much into it and it seems a little visually chaotic. But I guess that's what I get for using a 13 year old as my subject!
Anyways the breakthrough I had was with the dry transfer technique. I had never quite gotten the hang of it and was very displeased with the amount of detail, or lack of detail I was getting. But last night I figured it out. And I also found out that my micron pens will actually draw on the wax in small amounts. I used this technique with the bird and the cage and I will definitely be exploring it more. Drawing directly on the wax is something I have been wanting to do since I started working with it.
This last image shows the card advertising the 4th Fridays show for next month and my artwork submission from July is on it! It's the image on the lower right. And there's my ribbon! Thank you so much for all the great comments too. I am still flying high from that night!
I will have a sneak peek to post later on this week because as my friend Ariadne From Greece said...I am on a roll!


  1. I love the triptych! It reminds of a bridge connecting dreams!AriadnefromGreece!

  2. I do love this work! Congrats!

  3. i don't find it disorganized at all
    but it's interesting that your photos of the details look as though they can stand alone as pieces unto themselves. (am I saying that right?)

    1. Barbara that is exactly what I was trying to do. I always believed that in order for a triptych or diptych to be truly successful that each panel must be strong enough to stand on its own.

  4. I love it!! This is so exciting Laura! I love the three circles towards the bottom of the middle panel. Anchors the whole piece.

  5. AAAHHH! This is so wonderful! I could stare at it for hours! So so beautiful Laura! Absolutely brilliant.