Wednesday, December 31, 2014

A New Year's Giveaway...

Wild Hare No.5
(party animal)


Wild Hare No.5 (party animal) is looking for a new home for the new year.  Anyone who leaves a comment, hope, dream or resolution between now and midnight on New Year's Day will be entered in a random (name in the hat) drawing to win this 5" x 2.5" original encaustic painting.   I will announce the winner and share my hopes for the new year on January 2nd.  Tonight I will raise my glass to all who have visited this little blog in 2014.  I appreciate your insight, comments and support and am hosting this giveaway as a small thank you.  Best of luck to you and Cheers to 2015!



7 comments:

artslice said...

I hope you have an amazing new year Beth... I hope I will make many new, different/outside of my box art works this year! And get way better at playing the guitar:)

xoxoxo
Brenda

LisaS said...

Love your encaustic work. I hope this little guy comes hopping over to the west coast.

Kate Goodman said...

Pick me! Pick me! (hope)
Get to the gym more (resolution!)

Happy New Year!

Mrs. Lyme and Mrs. Sapp said...

I love your work. I recently discovered your blog ... And Encaustics. Your process intrigues me. Do u prime ur board? Is everything just adhered with wax or do u use a glue/bonding agent? I have read nearly every one of your posts in the last few days. It's been fun learning how you operate and what makes you tick. Keep creating art!

tangled sky studio said...

mrs lyme and mrs sapp- yes to all your questions. sometimes i prime with encaustic gesso and sometimes i don't. sometimes i adhere an image with adhesive and sometimes i use wax. wild hare is a purely encaustic piece created with black wax, white wax and clear encaustic medium. thanks for your kind words!

Mrs. Lyme and Mrs. Sapp said...

Oh you are so sweet to respond. Can I ask about the wood? It looks like you gather scraps of wood? What kind of wood! It must be hard, right? U have been using cradle boards and honestly the cost is an issue. It hinders the creative juices! I want to try the rub you talk about! It looks fun and I love the results. This lik gate is adorable! With him did u paint on the colored wax like you would with acrylic or did u paint the surface one color then paint "in" the image? Can I come sit next to u whike u create?!!! Karen (the sapp part of Lyme and sapp. We teach preschool and use google for our blog)

Norma Conway said...

I can clearly see this wee lovely sitting comfortably in my new sewing box (which is an old 2nd hand one) and peeking over the top, watching me curiously as I stitch. Used to being surrounded by beautiful, interesting art, I am hopeful that this treasure of a creature will enjoy his new home in my sewing box. Thank you to Tangled Sky Studio for this gesture, and I wish all who are here a wish granted. My wish for this year is to honour my muse by following through and creating, the ideas and gifts offered to me by my muse. I say this believing. I state this intent to the universe. *smiles* Norma