For “Serviette,” California artist Daniella Woolf adhered various papers, including paper napkins and die-cut shapes, with the wax medium encaustic. The art technique incorporates hot wax with colored pigments and a host of other possible elements, including found objects.
For “Serviette,” California artist Daniella Woolf adhered various papers, including paper napkins and die-cut shapes, with the wax medium encaustic. The art technique incorporates hot wax with colored pigments and a host of other possible elements, including found objects.
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published Sunday, February 24th, 2013
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Denver artist Jamie Lang sold nearly all of his small, handmade tiles during a recent crafts show, and he can only guess the reasons why. The adobe tiles are minimally decorated — with a red bicycle or a solitary house — and covered with a thin, smooth layer of wax.

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