A window full of encaustigraphic creations, glowing in the light of a summer evening.
These flower forms were made by layering hand-drawn outlines with various colored backgrounds, printing, and then turning them into e-graphics. They were cut into the flower shapes and linked to one another with hair-fine copper wire, then suspended from a hook looped through a butterfly clip fastened to the window frame.
Encaustigraphics are easily cut with scissors, rotary cutters, punches or craft knives. This small window decoration (about 4″ on a side) sits on a ledge and glows in the light.