Impressions of Doors and Windows Posted June 1, 2018 by marionmeyers Musee d’Orsay Window on the Seine encaustic on birch panel 12” x 36” $400 This is based on an image I love. The old train station, including its gorgeous clock, overlooking the Seine, is now my favourite museum in Paris, Musée D’Orsay. Enter at Your Own Riskencaustic on birch panel12” x 36”$400Doors that don’t look like they’ve been opened in years are intriguing. No View Inencaustic on birch panel12” x 36”$400As light reflects back at us looking at a window, we can’t see in. But we know someone can look out. And that glass is such a different texture than the stucco exterior walls and stone window frames, so interesting captured in encaustic. Looking Out of a Bodegaencaustic on birch panel12” x 36”$400Bright streaming light into the big room of a bogged where sherry is made in Spain. The black on the walls is mould, essential to the process of making sherry. Window Escapesencaustic on birch panel12” x 36”$400Fire escapes running up walls of windows and doors are such great design elements, even as they are utilitarian. Summer in Parisencaustic on birch panel40” x 30”$500I just love those French blues and the golden light on the buildings along the Seine. City Lofts #2 encaustic on birch panel 30" x 30" Marion Meyers $400 City Lofts #1 encaustic on birch panel 30" x 30" Marion Meyers $400 Riven #2encaustic on birch panel40" x 30"Marion Meyers$500 Bodega Doors encaustic on birch panel 12” x 36” $400 It was so cool inside where it was dark. Looking out from the where casks are holding sherry, through the kitchen filled with light, and wonderful food.