Canadian Snow Cast, eh! Glacialis II, November Snow, coin silver

The freshly fallen November snow blanketed the ground. Like an unpainted canvas waiting for a composition, this first snowfall of the season became my canvas for casting snow. Drizzling hot wax in snow recalls a tradition of drizzling maple syrup which is mostly an Eastern Canadian tradition. The effect creates one-of-a-kind textured and layered patterns of amorphous design. Similar to a drawing or painting, each shape engages the viewer with curiosity. The eye travels around with interest. The negative space shapes within may reference portals. The reverse resembles molten metal.