Featured Artist Ezshwan Winding

Enjoy the fascinating abstract portfolio of featured artist Ezshwan Winding, who works with encaustic and mixed media.

Featured Artist France Benoit

Canadian artist France Benoit presents a series of encaustics inspired by the beauty and imperfection of life.

Featured Artist Bonny Butler

Artist Bonny Butler presents a fresh and colorful portfolio of paintings that capture the ethereal beauty of flowers.

Featured Artist Rosemarie Langtry

Inspired by the hands-on process, Rosemarie Langtry uses encaustic and found objects to create ethereal works of art.

Artist Showcase, Late Fall 2020

Discover compelling works of art in this showcase featuring a group of twenty-five artists who love what they’re doing.

Artist Showcase, Early Summer 2020

Twenty-four artists share their passion for creating by presenting favorite pieces in this Early Summer Showcase. Click on each artist’s name to learn more about them.     Caroline Karp Become transported to a world of adventure and romance. Seascapes define a personal odyssey where sailboats symbolize the ruptures and constants of the world that […]

Featured Artist Stephen Cimini

Artist Stephen Cimini creates architecturally-inspired compositions he calls random symmetry.

Featured Artist Bela Fidel

Artist Bela Fidel combines the spontaneity and unpredictability of encaustic with other materials to produce deeply textured and layered images.

Featured Artist Patricia Leeds

Patricia Leeds creates mixed media and encaustic works filled with texture, contrast and light.

Featured Artist Carla Fisher

Artist Carla Fisher creates intriguing and textural fiber art using natural and upcycled materials.

Featured Artist Dianne Jean Erickson

The portrait series “Women With Attitude” happened spontaneously one day as I was playing around with shapes and color.

Featured Artist Judy Klich

Nature’s changing seasons offering the comforting and predictable cycles of life spark my inspiration.

Featured Artist Natalie Abrams

Over time, my work evolved into two distinct but related bodies of work – the three dimensional ribbon works and a body of abstract landscapes. The ribbon pieces began to take shape when I started working sculpturally in about 2004. I became increasingly interested in the dimensionality of sculpture and textures; giving texture a more pronounced depth.