I am exhibiting in New Views of Encaustic Art at the Carroll House Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire, September 5- October 2, 2011. This exhibition was curated by Peter Roos, and includes work by Laura Moriarty, Kevin Frank, Francisco Benitez and Leah MacDonald.
I am 9 miles north of NYC and awaiting Irene’s arrival with 80 mph winds in a few hours. Today I dragged it in or tied it down, filled the tub, bought water, flashlights and made chocolate cupcakes. I moved my paintings out of the studio and covered them… maybe […]
I always work on several paintings at the same time so that I can maintain some sort of critical perspective. This tryptich, Fern has been appearing on my work table off and on throughout the summer. She’s a work in progress. The color is a bit off in this photo […]
David A. Clark, “Vers la Nuit”, encaustic, paper & object on panel 15″ x 15″ x 3 1/2″, 2010 This is Part Two of a curated blog exhibition that I posted in May. The work here further illustrates the contemporary use of encaustic paint in combination with collage, bricolage and […]
> Catherine Nash Eclipsis Lunar Mixed media assemblage, encaustic painting in an antique box, wax pencil and chalk drawing of a ca. 1552 lunar eclipse diagram on an old school slate; antique copper compact, mica, branches, handmade paper with walnut ink and encaustic. 17.5”h X 25”w (open) X 10”d, 2011 I curated […]
> I am the featured artist on the Fifth Annual Encaustic Conference Blog. “The Encaustic Conference is the first and only annual event to draw from an international roster of exhibiting artists who are fully engaged in the medium of pigmented bee’s wax. “
>I’ll see you on Cape Cod! http://encausticconference.blogspot.com/