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Kari Hall Studio

Where the Water Meets the Sky

Where the Water Meets the Sky

24 x 26 inches

Regular price $1,800 USD
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This commission is now in it’s home in Maryland. It is based on my client’s family vacation to Bethany Beach, Delaware last summer. The cotton candy sky and calm waters captured my heart. It has been both a joy and a challenge to create this painting over the last few months. It helped me focus on what’s most important, the love of family, friends, and our health. I will miss seeing it in my studio but I am excited for it to be a happy memory of togetherness for their family.


24 x 36 inches



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Care Instructions

After completion of an encaustic painting there is a curing process of a few months. During this time moisture will work its way to the surface and cause a slight haze (this is called bloom). When the sheen dulls or looks dusty, it can be buffed (gently, firmly but not overly vigorous) to a high gloss using a soft lint-free cloth (similar to polishing or dusting furniture). The sheen dulls over time and can be brought back by repeating the process. Although the surface is completely dry, encaustic paintings can be easily scratched, gouged, or chipped if handled roughly. No fingernails please! Protect all encaustic from extreme heat (above 140 F) and freezing temperatures.

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“We had always admired Kari's work, and were so excited to commission a painting based on our beach vacation! We love that this piece is unique and that it also has special meaning to our family.”

Ryan and Hilary F., Maryland

What is Encaustic Art?

Encaustic is a painting method where pigmented beeswax is melted, applied to a surface and reheated to create a smooth or textured finish. The surface can be polished, modeled, textured and combined with other materials. It cools immediately, can be reworked and has a long durability due to beeswax's imperviousness to moisture.

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