During my interview with Boston Voyager Magazine, I speak about the inspiration and creative process behind my art.

Art & Life: Boston Voyager Magazine

I recently had the pleasure of being featured in Boston Voyager Magazine. In this interview, I speak about my experience with art, including my background and inspiration for my works. Read it below! Art &
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Lyre Series 14x14 Encaustic, 12k white gold leaf, silk on panel

Last Chance for Tipping Points: Changing Paradigms

This week is your last chance to see the Tipping Points exhibit at Thayer Gallery. The gallery is located on 745 Washington Street, Braintree, Massachusetts. The exhibit showcases four women, all encaustic artists, who explore nature and
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MetalScape on showcase for SoWa First Friday.

Don’t Forget: First Friday!

Join us for SoWa’s monthly First Friday! First Friday will take place this Friday, November 2nd, at 450 Harrison Avenue from 5:00 to 9:00pm. Stop by my studio at #413 to enjoy the latest
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Nocturne is a deep blue and gold pieces inspired by the night.

Artist Insight: Nocturne

Nocturne “The sky grew darker, painted blue on blue, one stroke at a time, into deeper and deeper shades of night.”  ― Haruki Murakami Nocturne is one of my new works, influenced by the night
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Charyl Weissbach, 36″ x 36″, Encaustic, 23K gold leaf, and silk on panel, 2018
Debra Claffey, 24″ x 24″, Oil and wax paint, monotype, graphite on paper on panel, 2018
Donna Hamil Talman, 33″ x 22″, Encaustic, monotype, ink, pencil, oil pastels, 2015
Patricia Gerkin, 48″ x 12″, Encaustic, oil stick, metal leaf, 2014

Tipping Points: Changing Paradigms

TIPPING POINTS: Changing Paradigms October 9–November 9, 2018 Artist Talk: October 18, 6-6:30PM Artist Reception: October 18, 6-8PM Thayer Academy Gallery www.thayer.org/gallery Four artists who use mixed mediums of encaustic, oil and cold wax,
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Artist Insight: Autumn

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus Metalscapes are large, immersive pieces created to represent the beauty and expansiveness of nature. As we travel into a new
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