A brand new batch of artmoney for the upcoming exhibition in Bredgade, Cph. Petals and plants from my garden incoorperated on my ‘usual’ recycled cardboard and gesso ground – and sealed with enchaustic I bought when visiting Tara in Philadelphia last autumn. I’m quite happy about the result – and realize I need to find a near by enchaustic outlet for further supplies.

Anyway, the opening will be the 24. October at 2 o’clock with opening speech by Uffe Elbek founder of Alternativet. I wish I could be there it use to be a great day– but my schedule says Bodø, Norway this time – and I wouldn’t miss that either.

About hanne

Mixed media artist working with collage, art-money, artists´ books, ceramics and communication
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2 Responses to Flowerpower

  1. Kristina Trudell says:

    Do you press your flowers and plant material and then dry them in silica before adhering them? Are you using encaustic gesso? Love them.

    • hanne says:

      Dear Kristina, sorry for a VERY LATE answer. I must have overseen this. Anyway, Yes I dry and press a little before – but they are not 100 % dry before I add the wax.

      I don’t no what is encaustic gesso? Colored wax???

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