This piece is the first of my larger encaustic fills. Typically, encaustic fills are done on a small scale because of the weight of the finished product and the higher risks of cracks with increased size. It is also difficult to melt as much wax as is needed to do large fills and to get it onto the canvas evenly without it drying before all of the canvas is covered. Despite the challenges, I believe I will continue to pursue large works like this in the future. This piece is 15"x24".
The background is a poured non-objective painting with acrylic and ink.
I pour a clear fill into the canvas and collage a hand drawn brain into the center.