This is a Web site devoted to my work with encaustics, an ancient art process that dates back 2,500 years. "Encaustic" comes from the Greek for "to burn in."
It is a painting method by which color-pigmented beeswax is melted, applied to a surface and reheated to fuse the paint into a smooth or textured finish.
These paintings don't need varnishing or protection by glass, as beeswax is impervious to moisture.
-- Malorie Lacitis
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