I explore nature’s vastness and its details. These elements emit an aesthetic sensation of harmony, expressions of timelessness, and feelings of inspiration that transcend space and time. The imagery of my work does not accurately represent nature; rather, I try to unveil an abstraction of its character, capturing its ethereal beauty. I choose to express nature’s expansiveness, mysterious allure, and its intricacies in order to raise consciousness for the preservation of our world.
Charyl Weissbach received a BFA in painting and art history from Massachusetts College of Art & Design. Her studio is located in Boston’s SoWa Artist’s District. Her artwork is in many private and corporate collections, including Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, University of Pennsylvania, Winchester Hospital, Novacare and Oracle Pharmaceuticals. Images of her paintings are featured in Encaustic Works 2012: A Biennial Exhibition in Print, 100 Artists of New England, Boston Magazine’s Design Home, and in the book, Encaustic Art in the Twenty-First Century. She has presented at the International Encaustic Conference and is represented by several galleries and art museums such as Danforth Art, Art Complex Museum, Fuller Craft, Springfield Art and the Saco Museum.