Artist Uses Centuries Old Encaustic Techniques to Paint Angels and Spiritual Artwork Using Molten Beeswax

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Artist and Rubber Stamp Manufacture, Jean Steele, is an encaustic artist creating pieces from molten beeswax. Among her popular Encaustic Angel paintings, she is also well known for her floral and landscape paintings. Her new art rubber stamp line follows the same themes as her artwork, and is high quality stamps.

Jean has been painting most of her life. Her encaustic medium started more than 15 years ago in an effort to reproduce dreams and visions for family and friends. She has since been creating and selling artwork that is peaceful and illuminating using colors and light to help bring healing to others. When combined the depth of the wax, her encaustic angels invoke powerful emotions. These unique encaustic designs are created by patiently tooling molten beeswax layer upon layer, and sometimes takes weeks to finish one painting. Her uniques rubber stamp line enhances any craft and art project. (http://www.cjuniques.com)

Encaustic Art dates back to the Greeks more than 2000 years ago. In the 1980’s an English Artist found the old beeswax formula and created a new and exciting medium using heat as solvent. Jean has been using his technique and waxes because of durability and luminosity. She is currently creating encaustic angels and art on paper, canvas and wood. Each piece is an original ~ signed and numbered. There are no prints made of her work. These originals sell quickly to buyers and collectors world wide.

You can view some encaustic art pieces and original rubber stamp line on her web site http://www.cjuniques.com

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