Desert ginko. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 4″ x 4″    These pieces are drawn, painted and collaged with a combination of graphite, watercolor, encaustic, and plants from my garden. Plants are carefully manipulated, embedded in beeswax, and fused with a torch. The materials and process represent the beauty, fragility and co-existing vulnerability of the relationship we have with the natural environment.
       
     
  Malheur revisited. 2012. Graphite, encaustic and   plant material on wood. 6″ x 6″
       
     
  Fruits of the Earth. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 12″ x 12″
       
     
  Guide. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 4″ x 4″
       
     
  Peacock 2. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and feather on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″    
       
     
  Respite from winter. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″
       
     
  Bloom. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 6″ x 6″
       
     
  Berry tree. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″
       
     
  Salishan buddies. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 14.375″ x 7.25″
       
     
  Salishan buddies 2. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 7.25″ x 7.25″
       
     
  Desert ginko. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 4″ x 4″    These pieces are drawn, painted and collaged with a combination of graphite, watercolor, encaustic, and plants from my garden. Plants are carefully manipulated, embedded in beeswax, and fused with a torch. The materials and process represent the beauty, fragility and co-existing vulnerability of the relationship we have with the natural environment.
       
     

Desert ginko. 2012. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 4″ x 4″

These pieces are drawn, painted and collaged with a combination of graphite, watercolor, encaustic, and plants from my garden. Plants are carefully manipulated, embedded in beeswax, and fused with a torch. The materials and process represent the beauty, fragility and co-existing vulnerability of the relationship we have with the natural environment.

  Malheur revisited. 2012. Graphite, encaustic and   plant material on wood. 6″ x 6″
       
     

Malheur revisited. 2012. Graphite, encaustic and
plant material on wood. 6″ x 6″

  Fruits of the Earth. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 12″ x 12″
       
     

Fruits of the Earth. 2012. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 12″ x 12″

  Guide. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 4″ x 4″
       
     

Guide. 2012. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 4″ x 4″

  Peacock 2. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and feather on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″    
       
     

Peacock 2. 2011. Graphite, encaustic
and feather on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″

 

  Respite from winter. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″
       
     

Respite from winter. 2012. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″

  Bloom. 2012. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 6″ x 6″
       
     

Bloom. 2012. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 6″ x 6″

  Berry tree. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″
       
     

Berry tree. 2011. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 5.5″ x 5.5″

  Salishan buddies. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 14.375″ x 7.25″
       
     

Salishan buddies. 2011. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 14.375″ x 7.25″

  Salishan buddies 2. 2011. Graphite, encaustic   and plant material on wood. 7.25″ x 7.25″
       
     

Salishan buddies 2. 2011. Graphite, encaustic
and plant material on wood. 7.25″ x 7.25″