Lawrence Pevec Encaustic Postcard Process (video)

Lawrence Pevec Encaustic Postcard Process (video)

First time Poetry Postcard Fest participant Lawrence Pevec made a video about his encaustic postcard process. Lawrence is a friend and member of my spiritual community, Subud. He is also a Board Member of the cultural wing of Subud, SICA-USA, an entity which I now Chair and which sponsored Poetry Postcard Fest in 2020.

Enjoy!

11 Comments
  • Danita Smead
    Posted at 08:50h, 04 December Reply

    What a great presentation! I have tried encaustic and never felt that it ‘turned out right’. Maybe I should try harder and just enjoy the process. Your poetry also speaks to me.

  • Jane Swanson
    Posted at 08:27h, 05 December Reply

    That was a joy to watch.

  • Julie Naslund
    Posted at 10:14h, 05 December Reply

    Oh! this was pure pleasure. Thank you, Lawrence, for creating. And Paul, for sharing. <3

  • Cleveland Wall
    Posted at 13:26h, 05 December Reply

    Really neat to see this. Thanks for sharing!

  • Sally HedgesBlanquez
    Posted at 15:46h, 05 December Reply

    Thank you for sharing. I’ve melted crayons on a foil wrapped hot plate. Your work reminded me of the process.

  • Abhaya Thomas
    Posted at 08:47h, 06 December Reply

    Thanks for sharing This! I loved it. Maybe wax is my next frontier.

  • Linda G. Hatton
    Posted at 12:32h, 08 December Reply

    So beautiful!

  • Sigrid Saradunn
    Posted at 19:00h, 08 December Reply

    Amazing and mind boggling ! Thank you ! I have done batik on rice paper and acrylics or watercolors but this is so much intimidating

  • mary van ouwerkerk
    Posted at 17:34h, 09 December Reply

    This was such an exciting video of your process..all your experimenting. Thank you so very much forgiving us this gift of watching you create.

  • Caren Stuart
    Posted at 04:17h, 13 December Reply

    So beautiful a nd inspiring!

  • Karen Harvey
    Posted at 05:56h, 26 December Reply

    Dear Lawrence,
    Thank you for the demonstration and your poetry. Creating and sharing with strangers is indeed an act of love in troubled times.

    Karen

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