The Yellow Series

Color Studies

My encaustic paintings explore a color’s aura, clarity, physical and carnal energy. By using beeswax as a medium for memories, culture, and social influences to dialogue together, I  explore all that a single color can signify, and try to push that limit. Beeswax gives encaustic translucency, a molten translucent medium to suspend color pigments, and texture that reflects a color’s in a sculptural properties.

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Yellow No. 2, Encaustic on wood panel. 48" X 48"

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Yellow 1. Encaustic on wood panel, 48” X 48”, 2010.

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Yellow no.12. Encaustic on Luan panel, 36” X 41”, 2014. Reuben Sinha, ©2014.

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Obverse and Reverse. Encaustic on Wood, metal & wood frame. 60” X 30”. 2014. Reuben Sinha, ©2014.

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Obverse and Reverse. Encaustic on Wood, metal & wood frame. 60” X 30”. 2014. Reuben Sinha, ©2014.

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Yellow 4. Encaustic on Luan panel, 36” X 41”, 2011.

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Yellow 11. Encaustic on Wood Panel, 16” X 20”, 2014

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Yellow Spoon, Encaustic on Wood Panel, 27” X 12”, 2014

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Yellow 5. Encaustic on Luan panel, 36” X 41”, 2011.

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Yellow 7. Encaustic on Luan Panel, 36” X 42”, 2013

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Yellow 3. Encaustic on wood panel, 48” X 48”, 2011.

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Yellow 4. Encaustic on Luan panel, 36” X 41”, 2011.

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Yellow 8. Encaustic on Wood Panel, 12” X 16”, 2014

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Yellow 9. Encaustic on Wood Panel, 16” X 20”, 2014

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Yellow 10. Encaustic on Wood Panel, 12” X 12”, 2014