The Lookout


The Lookout is one of my favorite images. It’s a quiet, contemplative image taken at the top of Mt Erie, near Anacortes, WA. Whenever friends visit from out of town, this is one of the places I take them to showcase the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. If you’ve ever been to the top, you know what I mean. #pacificnorthwestwonderland

This image is three photos layered with 2-ply archival mat board to create maximum relief. Encaustic medium has been fused with the photo paper to create a warm and inviting surface.

Only 1 left in stock (can be backordered)

I love to blur the line between photography and painting. By fusing encaustic medium with a fiber based print I create a unique work of art that has the clarity of a photo but the warmth of the surface of a painting. I then add pastels, oil paints to further blur that distinction. There is always a dimension to the surface of the piece. Check out the detail image to see if I’m removing medium to let the figure shine through. Or maybe I’ve decide to raise the main subject from surface. Either way, there is more than meets the eye on close inspection of each unique piece.

For more information about the encaustic process, please check out the “Originals” page. There you will find a step by step visual guide to the creation of one of my unique encaustic and photographic wall pieces.

Weight 32 oz
Dimensions 20 × 2 × 10 in
Encaustic 2D Image

10” x 20” unique encaustic print