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talman

    Artist: Donna Hamil Talman     Statement: PRIMAL Artist residencies allow opportunities for experimentation; those abroad usually encourage limitation of materials; mine in rural Italy also meant limited access to new supplies. This Primal...

vander-schaaf

    Artist: Dietlind Vander Schaaf     Statement: I create pieces that embody the dynamic interplay between chaos and order; that convey an emotional tone through texture and pattern; and that use mark making as a way to communicate what I find...

roberts-camello

    Artist: Stephanie Roberts-Camello     Statement: Obstacles are part of everyone’s life. They have a tendency, if not dealt with, to become so huge and overbearing that they transform into phobias, only to be avoided. This work is about...

dejong

  Artist: Pamela DeJong     Statement: My inspiration comes from a fascination of birds, wildlife, and sea-life living along side of us day to day. Observing their habits for enjoyment and creating them in my work connects me to their habitat. Climate...

vennema

  Artist: Willa Vennema     Statement: I paint in series format, exploring new ideas and materials, embracing change in my work. Previous themes have explored the concepts of the passage of time, transformation, and the cycle of life. My most recent...

baltzell

    Artist: Lola Baltzell     Statement: We all have hidden yearnings and talents that seek creative expression. Over the years I have explored various media, starting with photography, oil painting, then collage and currently mixed media...

claffey

    Artist: Debra Claffey     Statement: My paintings with drawing, in oil, wax, and mixed media, of plants and their foliage, interspersed with objects of “still life”, celebrate the complexity of the natural world and our place in it. These works...

davidson

    Artist: Camile Davidson     Statement: I have put together 10 pieces from different bodies of recent work for you to choose from. I work in series. My work tends to be mostly about capturing light, memory, holy Jewish text, as well as feelings...

borofsky

    Artist: Jeanne Borofsky     Statement: Having grown up in the country I have always looked to nature to center myself – to restore balance to my mind and my world. I spend time in the woods or by the water letting the rhythms of the world...

katz

    Artist: Sue Katz     Statement: I am a scavenger with an eye for worn, used materials. I am an assembler of these found treasures putting them together with pattern, paint, and an inner eye focused on meaning – one square for one life, more for...

griffin

    Artist: Jeanne Griffin                 The gallery was not found!  

thompson

    Artist: Marina Thompson     Statement: After many years of working in the field of illustration, illuminating words with images, Marina Thompson is now imaging patterns of communication and human interaction. Her paintings record an abstracted,...

whitcomb

    Artist: Nancy Spears Whitcomb     Statement: For a long time I have played with several themes in my work. I like souvenirs and old printed photos, illustrations and advertisements. The originals might be on a scrap of faded paper or buried in...

merrill

    Artist: Otty Merrill     Statement: I create art that tells a story. The actual story is my expression of an emotion or life experience; often dealing with childhood, fantasy and abstract interpretation of events in my life. My hope and intent...

hartung

    Artist: Kay Hartung     Statement: My work is abstract, though influenced by observations of microscopic imagery. Colonies of cellular shapes migrate, flow and multiply. Clusters of orbs are tethered together in unknown universes. Larger forms...

douglas

    Artist: Heather Douglas     Statement: There is nothing like getting off the beaten path. Finding a track on a remote mountaintop, a trail through a tranquil forest, or wandering along a deserted shoreline, each offer the opportunity to embrace...

friedman

    Artist: Dona Mara Friedman     Statement: My paintings are dealing with planes of space that convey implied places of interest, beauty and wonder. Often a painting begins as I glimpse a particular textural field through a screened or rainy...

paladino

    Artist: Susan Paladino     Statement: Early this year I completed a series called Diverse Fusions, 12 x 12 panels combining monoprints with encaustic medium. I do not have, for myself, strict rules as to dualities such as organic shapes and...

weinstein

    Artist: Leila Weinstein     Statement: My process is a combination of working on an idea that I want to express or just playing with materials, allowing my subconscious to make the decisions. The later is fun because suddenly I...

weber

    Artist: Catherine Weber     Statement: The Tree Memories series is an exploration of the history of trees that have personal meaning to me. Some are from my father’s cherry trees, some from my own ancient copper breech tree. The prints from...

springer

    Artist: Sarah Springer     Statement: Much of my work is inspired by my fascination with maps of all kinds, and what they tell us about societies’ intrinsic desire to not only create but also document their built environments. Maps of ancient...

farrar

    Artist: Helene Farrar     Statement: Though it is not conscientious, we carry with us what we have lost, cherished, collected, and remember. In “What We Carry” there is an attempt to begin discussions about this mystery behind our human nature...

dean

    Artist: Angel Dean     Statement: Angel Dean is an artist who mainly works with encaustic media. Her work is personal and unconventional. By contesting the division between the realm of memory and the realm of experience, Dean makes work that...

sack

    Artist: Ruth Sack     Statement: Five surgeries in one year; to remove the cancer, repair the damage, and prevent recurrence.These sculptures appeared in my mind’s eye, from micro to macro: cellular-sized to life-sized. The surgery and...

weissbach

    Artist: Charyl Weissbach     Statement: I explore nature’s vastness and the details found within it. These elements emit an aesthetic sensation of harmony, the illusion of timelessness, and feelings of inspiration, that transcend earth,...

eason

    Artist: Ken Eason     Statement: Several years ago, vacationing in Australia with family, I was introduced to Aboriginal Art and was fascinated by the technique, symbolism and variety. Aboriginal Art is centered on telling the ancient stories...

Higgins

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Higgins Gallery Submission – Deadline, Nov 1, 2018

Submissions are due no later than Thursday, Nov 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM. Please note that to successfully submit your application, you must click on the submit button. You will receive the following message if you application was submitted successfully: "Your application...

Membership Information..

  Membership Benefits Juried group exhibitions A strong and supportive artist community Educational speakers Our mission is to promote excellence in fine art made with encaustic to educate the general public about this medium to increase interest in encaustic in...

SHIFTS : Approaching Encaustic from All Angles

The Fuller Craft Museum -455 Oak Street, Brockton, MA.Juror – Ben Shattuck, lead curator at Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA.September 30 – November 26, 2017 Juror’s Statement Juried Artists: (Click artist for image/statement) Katrina Abbott...