Amazing Crayon Art

I needed some fresh inspiration.

So, while the blank canvas sitting on my art table threw me scornful glances.  I sat down to do a little motivational surfing. Checking out the websites of other encaustic artists usually does the trick. However today I was searching for something a little more related to the wax medium I work in. Using the keyword crayon as my guide, It was not long before I was ensnared in a clicking frenzy.

It would seem that I am not the only artist having fun with crayons.

Here is a nod to the wonderful artists whose sites and blogs I visited today. Do not be shy about clicking the links and giving them a visit.

Herb Williams

Herb Williams is one of the only individuals in the world with an account with Crayola.”

Artist: Herb Williams

Jeffrey Robert

“The art of Jeffrey Robert has transformed a crayon into a paintbrush and reinvented the idea of what can be created with an ordinary Crayola crayon.”

Artist: Jeffery Robert

Suzy’s Artsy-Crafty  Sitcom Blog

Suzy Says, “I’ve always had a preference for batik fabrics. I love the vibrant colors! Well, if you have been following my blog for any time, you probably already know that I love me some color. “

Artists: Suzy

UNsimple Living Blog

“What do you think of our masterpiece?   I just love all the bright colors!”

UNsimple Living Blog

Diem Chau

You might recognize the work of Diem Chau. The talent behind a popular cell phone add

As Al Hirschfeld  said: “Artists are just children who refuse to put down their crayons.”

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