Posted on September 30, 2022
Reservoir in Autumn is on view at the Cooperstown Art Association in Cooperstown, New York, as part of my solo show, Radiant Edges through October 28.
Here is a glimpse at the evolution of this encaustic painting starting with the watercolor base followed by layers of encaustics, India inks, and oils. A special thank you to Marie and Steve Dungan for loaning me this painting which is part of their private collection.
Posted on February 12, 2022
I’m delighted to announce that I will once again join the faculty of the yearlong Painting with Fire online encaustic course offered through Lora Murphy’s Essence of Mulranny Art School. Read the details about two of the sessions I will offer on my Upcoming Workshops page.
Here are a few quotes from participants about my sessions during the 2021 Painting with Fire course:
Wow, wow, wow is all I have to say. I’ve been doing encaustic for years but I learned so many new ways of using inks in encaustic. So many times during the video I thought STOP, It’s done and then you pushed it again and made it amazing in a different way.
A number of firsts for me. First time painting the ground with watercolor. First India ink on wax. First time painting a landscape. Thank you Regina Bernadette Quinn for this lesson & pushing me to be brave..
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Posted on January 30, 2022
Out of Darkness
That moment when the light of the rising sun, filtered by the forest, pierces darkness, painting the winter landscape in blue and gold.
Inspired by a fleeting moment I glimpsed last week through my bedroom window.
Posted on January 18, 2022
India inks and oils over encaustic over watercolor.
The edges of day, last brilliant glimmers of light as the sun slips down below the Northern Catskill Mountains. I’m drawn, again and again, to this theme of ephemeral, temporal beauty and wonder as the light whispers at dusk and dawn. Working with these layers of translucent media allows much depth, atmosphere, and light.
Recently on display at The Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, New York, this 8 x 8 painting has found a new home.
Posted on October 31, 2021
These are a few of my paintings that will be on display at the Carrie Haddad Gallery on Warren Street in Hudson, New York, in A Changing Landscape, November 24, 2021 – January 16, 2022. Opening reception is Saturday, November 27 from 5 to 7 pm. Hope to see you!
Posted on July 10, 2021
Posted on June 20, 2021
I hope you’ll join me for this week’s session of Painting with Fire in which I demonstrate the development of this piece, Along the Hudson.
I’m among a faculty of 26 encaustic artist instructors who are sharing their process in a year long course that you can access at any time, forever, once you have registered.
You can join at any time! And the access to all of the faculty members is a remarkable opportunity. I am teaching. I am learning. Hope you will join!
Posted on June 9, 2021
I sometimes take an Amtrak train from Hudson to NYC and always try to find a window seat facing west. For two hours, the rapidly passing views of river, sky, and a thin slice of land that forms the seam between the two fill me with awe at being a temporal creature drifting along the edge between heaven and earth.
Those tensions and connections between earth and sky informed the progress of this painting which consists of a base layer of watercolor followed by layers of encaustics, oils with beeswax, and India inks, built up, scraped back, and built up again – cycles of creation and destruction, growth and decay, repeating themselves again and again, eternally.
Posted on April 2, 2021
The edge of night, tense with the inevitability of change, yet ripe with possibility… Oils with beeswax over layer upon layer of encaustic, over watercolor.
Posted on March 7, 2021
I created this painting as a demonstration piece for a workshop I am offering called Wax Over Water: Creating luminous landscapes with encaustics, oils and beeswax.
The distant area that gives a sense of an island in the reservoir is done in watercolors over which I applied multiple layers of encaustic medium – unpigmented, molten beeswax with damar resin. Next, I used chromatic blacks to give a sense of the silhouetted trees. Next I scratched and incised into the wax with a sharp knife and razor blades. The final layers are done with translucent oils mixed with beeswax, resulting in a piece that glows and feels almost like a stained glass window.
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