I use an ancient technique known as Encaustic ‘Hot Wax’ to construct my paintings. I paint with beeswax, a propane torch, and chip brushes. My paintings convey a sense of time and order by creating dimensional surfaces through the process of applying many layers of the encaustic medium. The combination of the organic materials, beeswax and tree resin, and powder pigment creates a vibrant luminous surface that light refracts through. I reflect my life long attraction to the shore and its surroundings in my work. Since childhood, I always been drawn to nature, it has always inspired me to express the peace and rest that I constantly experience. The light in the sky, the clouds, the movement of water, the terrain of the landscapes, and the horizon are great inspirations. Inzero’s paintings are built up layer by layer then using a blow torch to fuse each layer for greater luminosity.