Saturday, April 27, 2013


Here are some more "RED" pieces that will be at A Gallery during the Seventh International Encaustic Conference that is happening May 31, June 1, and June 2, 2013 in Provincetown, Mass. The show will run from May 31 through June 7 at 192 Commercial Street and the opening reception will be on Friday, May 31 from 5 to 10pm. There are 15 concurrent exhibitions associated with the Conference, so there will be plenty to see!

Cheryl McClure
encaustic, 24" x 24", 2013

Dorothy Cochran, 
Seven Circles of Hell
Encaustic Collagraph on hand made Twinrocker paper
24" diameter, 2013

Linda Cordner
Apple Blossom
encaustic and ink on board, 24" x 24", 2009

Kay Hartung
China Royale
encaustic, hardware washers, metallic foil,
12" X 12", 2012

Deborah Winiarski
Encaustic, papers, oil on museum board on wood
7" x 7 1/2",2008
David A. Clark
Red Arrow #5
Encaustic Monoprint on Johannot
24" x 18",27" x 21" x 2" Framed, 2013
Christine Aaron
Red Arches
Mixed Media(rusted japan silk tissue, paper lithography, encaustic on panel)
16"x16", 2013
Helen Dannelly
Red Tip Cluster
Paper, encaustic, 16" x 12" x 8", 2013
Binnie Birstein,
What Lies Beneath: Vermillion
encaustic on panel with graphite, india ink, oil stick, 
30" x 15" x 2", 2013
Ruth Hiller
Red Mitosis

encaustic on panel, 8" x 8", 2012

Leslie Ford
encaustic, rice paper on panel, 12" x 12", 2013

Francesca Azzara
Dawn on the Fourth

encaustic and mixed media on panel, 24" x 24", 2013

Pat Spainhour
encaustic on paper, 12”x 12”, 2013
Lisa Pressman
Tuscan Wall 
 oil and encaustic 30”x 30”, 2013
Tracey Adams
Lumenis 22
encaustic monotype and encaustic on panel
24" x 24", 2013
Diana Gonzalez Gandolfi
encaustic monotype mounted on panel, 16" x 16", 2012
Catherine Kundrath Weber
Tree Memories, RED 2
encaustic and wood prints on panel, 11" x 14", 2013

Friday, April 26, 2013

A Gallery presents RED


Here's my entry: "red", 24" x 24", encaustic and oil on panel, 2013.  It has several layers of drawing and painting using lots of red!

Red is such an emotionally charged color, the strongest of them all I think. The hot color of blood or anger in western European cultures, but I prefer the notion from eastern cultures that red signifies good fortune or, as with the Australian aboriginal culture, the land and the earth.

I'll post images by the other artists in the next post.