Impressions of Doors and Windows

Musee d’Orsay Window on the Seine encaustic on birch panel 12” x 36” SOLD 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. SOLD
 
Enter at Your Own Risk
encaustic on birch panel
12” x 36”
SOLD
Doors that don’t look like they’ve been opened in years are intriguing.  SOLD
No View In
encaustic on birch panel
12” x 36”
$400
As 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 Bodega
encaustic on birch panel
12” x 36”
$400
Bright 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 Escapes
encaustic on birch panel
12” x 36”
SOLD
Fire escapes running up walls of windows and doors are such great design elements, even as they are utilitarian.     SOLD
Summer in Paris
encaustic on birch panel
40” x 30”
$500
I 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 #2
encaustic on birch panel
40" 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.