I painted on plaster for 25 years. For the last eight years I’ve been painting with hot pigmented beeswax. Encaustic has offered a uniquely fabulous avenue in the pursuit of speaking through color.
Genre Archives: paintings
My work is done in a representational style, referencing art historical and religious paintings as well as popular culture and folk art.
While making frequent pilgrimages to the beloved rugged coast and the western mountains of Maine, since 1988 Sandy Harper has lived, worked and painted in rural central Maine where she has her art studio.
I have my own style of painting and I consider myself an evolving artist.
My work is idea based and often narrative in nature. It is described as edgy and sometimes provocative. I am inspired by writing, current social issues and the life experience of others and myself.
in memory of Ian Ormon April 1, 1937 – November 25, 2014
J.A. Pollard’s studio/gallery in Winslow may be visited by calling 873-6443.
The Maine landscape has had a major influence on my work as it is here in Maine that I began to paint my surroundings, to develop my language that enables me to interpret and communicate on paper and canvas what I see and feel as I daily look about me.
Susan Tobey White welcomes commissions enjoying the challenges they offer. Her most common commissions include dancers, children at play, beach and boating scenes.
I began to paint as a way to recapture memorable scenes from travels in northern Maine, mostly canoe trips in the region of the Allagash and Saint John Rivers.
My work is a sensory as well as sensual response to seeing and hearing in the natural world, much influenced by my lifetime involvement with music.
Metalsmith, Painter, Teacher… Drifter.
My paintings are bold and fearless in my need to interpret my environment.
Each day I am constantly imagining my next creation. I have found my passion.
Photography, Mixed Media, Encaustic Wax
I’ve been painting for about 60 years now and working in clay for 50.