A Creative Life in the Texas Hill Country
Yay!It looks wonderful! Congratulations...Looks like crossing our fingers may have helped...But 3 and a half inches all at once... seems a bit much to get all at once... Any storm damage? Any buildings get washed away?That crick behind the cactus is a great shot!
We don't do anything half way here. Either no rain or tons of rain!There was some damage. Flooding and a few tornadoes. A friend's roof blew off and landed in the street. No injuries (to them) thankfully.
Gorgeous! I bought a book on encaustics in November and have yet to jump in. i want to print on glass and then add layers of images in wax...I wonder if that will work? Just my imagining stuff I guess. It was great to see you at the meeting! Also, thanks for saying so many kind things about the studio. You are always so wonderful to have there! I consider you a friend and not just a student now!!
Gail - you are welcome to come over and play with the wax to see if you like it. I thought about mixing it with glass too but it is supposed to go on a porous surface like wood for the wax to adhere. But, rules are made to be broken. Can't hurt the glass to try.
Thank you for your comments!