Castle Gallery at The College of New RochelleCastle Gallery at The College of New Rochelle

Encaustic Works 2009

Encaustic Works 2009 is the seventh in a series of biennial exhibitions organized by R&F Handmade Paints. The purpose of the exhibition is to demonstrate and document the impact that encaustic is having on contemporary art. This ancient medium has re-emerged, adapting to the stylistic demands of the 21st century. This exhibition gives exposure to the evolving nature and versatility of encaustic paint.

Artists:

  • Ed Angell
  • Kathleen Austin
  • Alexios Avlamis
  • Willow Bader
  • Brian Bishop
  • K Rhynus Cesark
  • Dale Denby
  • Donise English
  • Phyllis L. Evans
  • Pamela J. Farrell
  • Kevin Frank
  • Karen Freedman
  • Shelley Gilchrist
  • Katherine Glover
  • Susan Russell Hall
  • Christy Hengst
  • Cari Hernandez
  • Howard Hersh
  • Ruth Hiller
  • Imelda Hume
  • Katsy Johnson
  • Rebecca Jones
  • Maja Kihlstedt
  • Sharon Kyle Kuhn
  • Alexandre Masino
  • Tracy Mastro
  • Pat McDermott
  • Lisa Morphew
  • Patricia Pin
  • Paula Roland
  • Marybeth Rothman
  • Christine Sajecki
  • Meagan Shein
  • Leslie Sobel
  • Carolyn Springer
  • Cindy Stockton Moore
  • Martha Stotzky
  • Pamela Wallace
  • Gregory Wright
  • Raymond Yeager

Organizer: Laura Moriarty

As Gallery and Workshop Director at R&F Handmade Paints, Laura Moriarty has been deeply involved in presenting encaustic exhibitions and educational programs for more than ten years. An artist in her own right, Moriarty’s sculptural paintings and installations demonstrate a playfully innovative approach to encaustic painting.

Juror: Heather Hutchison

Heather Hutchison is one of the most celebrated contemporary artists working in encaustic. For the past 20 years, Hutchison’s work has been featured in many gallery and museum shows, including Margaret Thatcher Projects in Chelsea and The Corcoran Biennial in Washington, DC. Public collections include the LA Hammer Museum, The Brooklyn Museum and The Art in Embassies Program in Beijing, China. Hutchison currently works and resides in the Hudson Valley and
Brooklyn, NY.

March 29 to June 19, 2009

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