Japanese Lifeline, 2020.
Rhonda Campbell
Encaustic, Mix media, SWA..

I’m intrigued with foreign languages and their traditional life.

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When I first saw the Japanese antique papers, I knew I had to include them in my art. I’m intrigued with foreign languages and their traditional life. This triptych has antique merchant’s accounting sheets and correspondents. I believe the chop mark means paid. The red line connects the Japanese way of life. I love adding original history to my art. I tell stories, sometimes without realizing it. I like to let the viewer interpret the story. I’m a photographer, painter, printmaker, and computer artist. My passion for encaustic allows me to combine all the media.

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