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For 13 years, Randy Purcell has created art inspired by curiosity and his surroundings.
Collecting old things is his biggest extravagance. “Wooden, metal, or plastic, but it's mostly junk," he explains. “I love anything with a patina, worn, or just an unusual shape. These are not things I collect for display or sale, but for using in a future piece of art. I love things that remind me of the past.”
Randy’s art is created using an encaustic technique. “I transfer the ink from recycled magazine pages onto a thin layer of beeswax. The finished piece resembles a warm collage of colors and textures.”
Frank Stella has always been one of my favorites. I love how his works went from minimalist paintings to the busy wall sculptures. I'm most drawn to those wall sculptures because they are colorful, busy, and playful.
"Clown Off The Clock" was one of my favorite titles, and one of my largest paintings in my process of transferring ink onto beeswax. It was a 6 x 6 foot painting of a clown, with a cigar and a sniffer of bourbon. He had a look of someone that had a rough day and just wanted to relax and have some fun.
Mixed Media Assemblage