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Icelandic Herd (Photo Encaustic Art) Icelandic Herd (Photo Encaustic Art)
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Product description: - -36 x 24 x 2 -Handcrafted Photo Encaustic Art -Wax infused Hahnemühle 308g Photo Rag Paper -Limited Edition 1 of 10 -2” Cradled frame, ready to display -Museum Quality Archival I ensure my pieces are museum quality by printing on 308 gram Hahnemühle fine art acid free paper adhered to a cradled board with archival glues. The print is then ‘entombed’ into multiple layers of wax and resin, and ‘interpreted’ with brush strokes or hot iron. The inks, prints, glues, wax are fully archival and produce museum quality work that will last for generations. I approach photography in a painterly way with the encaustic process as an essential aspect of interpretation. I am fascinated by the texture and the internal luminescence that fine art photos project when encased in wax, and the tangible process of creating these works allows me to expand my images physically and conceptually.
 
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Icelandic Herd (Photo Encaustic Art)

Photography by Dan Tarradellas

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  • Product ID#: 213418
  • Dimensions: 36" width x24" height x2" depth
  • Weight: 8
  • Materials: Fine Art Print, Giclee, Mixed Media, Paper, Photography, Resin, Wax, Wood
  • Subject: Animal, Inspirational, Landscape, Nature, Other Subjects, Places
  • Style: Decorative, Impressionism, Pop Art, Realism, Rustic
  • Colors: Brown, Mixed, Orange, Red, Yellow

Artwork Description: -
-36 x 24 x 2
-Handcrafted Photo Encaustic Art
-Wax infused Hahnemühle 308g Photo Rag Paper
-Limited Edition 1 of 10
-2” Cradled frame, ready to display
-Museum Quality Archival

I ensure my pieces are museum quality by printing on 308 gram Hahnemühle fine art acid free paper adhered to a cradled board with archival glues. The print is then ‘entombed’ into multiple layers of wax and resin, and ‘interpreted’ with brush strokes or hot iron. The inks, prints, glues, wax are fully archival and produce museum quality work that will last for generations.
I approach photography in a painterly way with the encaustic process as an essential aspect of interpretation. I am fascinated by the texture and the internal luminescence that fine art photos project when encased in wax, and the tangible process of creating these works allows me to expand my images physically and conceptually.

Born in Argentina, musician and photo artist Dan Tarradellas crafts organic, encaustic wax photography pieces depicting landscapes and rural themes inspired by the works of Michael Kenna, Andrew Wyeth, George Sotter and Roger Dean. In a world of fleeting, disposable digital snapshots, painterly scenes are brought to life as photo art by the luminescence of natural wax, brush strokes, and ironed textures. Primarily self-taught and fascinated by the space that lies somewhere between photography and painting, Dan's work embrace both the conceptual and the material. Dan’s decidedly modern approach to digital photo...read more