Sunday, December 12, 2010

Cigarillo Box - Orange and Blue Abstract Original Painting

Empty cigarillo boxes
 The cigarillo boxes were courtesy of Ms. Donna, who Andy and I met at the Cypress House Inn, Key West, Florida during the boat races November, 2010. 


The cigarillo box shown finished here belongs to Andy. 


Smiles, 
Angeline Marie of 
Angeline Marie Fine Art

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Orange and Blue Abstract - encaustic techniques - 2010 - 4 x 4 inches  ©Angeline


NOTE: Contents do not match the original box brand.

3 comments:

Jason L. Eldridge said...

I love the abstract! So, does this hold the box or is it part of the box? Is the art on the box or on paper and then put on the box? Sorry for the questions....just curious.

Did I mention I love the abstract?

Angeline-Marie said...

Jason,
The abstract encaustic "Orange & Blue" is only on the top outside cover of the box. The paint adhered directly to the wood. The encaustic paint can go on paper that is stuck to wood, too, but not this time. =) Thanks, Jason - for always asking questions. I hope you saw my answer on FB. =)

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