Please read Carol Taylor-Kearney's wonderful article about the IEA's recent exhibition, Hopeful Darkness, at the Atlantic Gallery in NYC. I'm please to have my painting, Buoyancy, included and reviewed.
Join us for an artist talk with Crystalle Lacouture, Deborah Peeples and Barbara Trachtenberg to hear about the process and inspiration behind each of these artists’ work.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 6 PM - 7 PM
Hosted by the New Art Center
61 Washington Park, Newton, MA 02460
"International Encaustic Artists present Hopeful Darkness, reflecting the coming darker months, a time when each day gets shorter and winter approaches. We live in a contentious, and not always light-filled world, which is ever-changing and uncertain; the fading light can also be seen as a metaphor for the current state of our moment in time. Works in this group exhibition incorporate encaustic and cold wax and express the dichotomy of Hopeful Darkness." - Atlantic Gallery
"Deborah Peeples’s Buoyancy takes advantage of the layers, pliability, addition of pigment to the wax to form a work that brings to mind fog and rain, clouds of steam and water droplets, or the rolling surface of a pan of water at boiling." - Carol Taylor-Kearney, WhatsArt Blog at Taylor-KearneyArts.com