The images are face mounted to birch panels before coating with encaustic medium. The medium is a mix of refined beeswax and damar resin.  The resin raises the melting temperature of the wax and hardens the finished surface to create a lustrous enamel-like effect.  Each layer is applied while molten and then put through a cooling - heating process.  After the final layer the piece is left to harden for a few days before buffing.

The Way In | 4 x 6

The Northwest Line | 4 x 6

The Last Trumpet | 4 x 6

The East Tower - 8 x 12

Held Safe - 8 x 12