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Euphotic: Fetch  

  • SOLD
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  • Mixed media, encaustic, pigmented plaster, graphite, oil paint on re-purposed wood panel

  • 42 x 42 in    |    107 x 107 cm

  • Fetch is the distance that wind has traveled over open water without encountering an obstruction. As wind travels over water, it pushes the surface of the water in the same direction, creating waves. The longer the fetch, the more times this process repeats until the wave crashes against an object, such as a beach, and depletes its energy


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Euphotic: Refraction  

  • SOLD
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  • Mixed media, encaustic, pigmented plaster, graphite, oil paint on re-purposed wood panel

  • 36 x 36 in    |    91 x 91 cm

  • When a wave strikes an object, it can be absorbed, reflected, or refracted by the object. Refraction is the change in direction of a wave. When refraction occurs to a sea wave, the water gets shallower and the wave slows down. When a light wave is refracted by water it bends the light creating an illusion of fragmented angles.


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