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One of our new encaustic pieces.  
This contemporary landscape painting, done in delicate layers of tinted hot wax, is set perfectly in a rich wood frame with a traditional edge of gold.  Original art 11×14 framed to 16.5 x 19.5.
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Jennifer  of TwoArtists has created Mama Catz.  An almost 15 inch tall raku sculpture of a cat stuck in the 60's.  Read more about her and see the full image at http://twoartists.biz/product/mama-catss/

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Another rendition of my favorite sunrise scene from Holmes County, Ohio.  This one is encaustic paints and adds a bit of a foggy look to it.
Variations on a theme because this image is so beautiful.  I’ve created this image in multiple mediums.  The many layers of this encaustic piece give it much depth and vivid colors.  The top layer of hard wax provides a look of fog lifting in the morning.  Art is 8×10″ framed to approximately 10×12 inches.
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Copper pendant enameled with a golden sheen and topped with the Chinese symbol for “beauty.”  Pendant is approximately 1.5″ diameter. Available exclusively at Ursus Art Space.
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Encaustic painting featuring a soft, watercolor-like sky with a photo transfer of church steeples taken in western Germany.  Contemporary, simple black frame.  Painting is 8×8″, framed to 10×10″.
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New Encaustic Art
Encaustic painting of a subdued sky with a photo transfer overlay of an imposing statue, taken in Germany in 2012.  Painting is 8 x 8″, framed to 12.5 x 12.5″.
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One of our new glass pieces.
Ginkgo's cast in glass fused to a black background dish. About 9.5" diameter and 1.5 deep.
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Jennifer created this very small vase for our raku firings.  http://twoartists.biz/product/blue-petal-vase/
Tiny wheel-thrown pot with underglazed blue-green “petals” and clear crackle glaze, unglazed areas with the characteristic smoky black of raku, and a rich coppery neck.  Pot is 2.5″ in circumference and 3.5″ tall.
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Golden copper enameled dish with strips of copper inlaid in the enameling.  Copper dish machine etched to add to the reflections throughout the copper.  Approximately 4.5″ diameter.
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Encaustic of the Black Forest in Germany
Photograph from the Black Forest in Germany with a view that makes you dizzy.  Printed on fabric with encaustic treatment over image.  8×10″ framed to 10.5 by 12.5″.
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Image of trees superimposed over a moonlight sky.  8×10 encaustic panel framed to 10.5 x 12.5″
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Rex Brown and Jennifer Jolley Brown are married to each other, live in Reynoldsburg, and have never met an art they didn't like. They generally work separately but collaborate occasionally. Rex does oil, acrylic, and encaustic paintings and copper enameling. He often develops his paintings as he creates them, starting with an original idea and then refining it as he goes. Sometimes he wears the evidence of the possibilities on his hands (and clothes). Jennifer does calligraphy, printmaking, and watercolor. She likes to think an idea to death before committing to it and is known to practice pieces several times before creating a final version. They both love working with clay and glass. They travel as often as they can and look for inspiration from sources as diverse as coffee shops, fortune cookies, the sarcastic wit of friends and family, and dreams.

If you're interested in commissioning something special, please contact Jennifer@twoartists.biz.