Beth Genson "Jellys 1" Encaustic Painting
The ancient technique (used for Egyptian mummy portraits) of encaustic painting involves applying heated beeswax and colored pigments to a canvas or other surface to create works of art that have an unusual dimensional quality and luminous color. Beth Genson is an artist working in Bowling Green, OH who has mastered the craft of utilizing this ancient technique to create flowing modern masterpieces of sensual color.
The framed work is 11 inches by 14 inches in size (approximately 13 inches x 16 inches with the frame). This picture is accompanied by an official Certificate of Provenance issued by The Collector Gallery at Objects of Desire Artful Living attesting to your ownership of an original work of art.