“The Library” by Matt Duffin
1 Comment | March 7, 2008
"The Library" by Matt Duffin
I was debating on whether or not to include this picture as it is done using encaustic wax. However, I decided to not discriminate based on media but to include Matt Duffin’s great work nonetheless. As it states on his website, “he chose to explore the more human themes of solitude and irony through art. His medium has evolved from charcoal to encaustic wax, but he continues to dwell in the realm of dark recesses and stark contrasts.” I couldn’t put it any better.
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