Encaustic: Hot Art

 |  September 6, 2010

Now through October 1 at The Art Center*
1957 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 11, 6-9PM

Exhibiting artists:
Dan Addington
Donna Zarbin Byrne
Alicia Forestall-Boehm
Denise Funfsinn
Shelley Gilchrist
Ken Gold
Nikkole Huss
Tatjana Jovancevic
Catherine Keebler
Kimberly Keller
Dawn Korman
Jenny Learner
Barbette Loevy
Elyse Martin
Jane Michalski
Bridgette Guerzon Mills
Haley Nagy
April Nomellini
Mary Jo Parker O’Hearn
VA. de Pintor
Paul Rinaldi
Emily Rutledge
Mary Krebs Smyth
Michele Thrane
Kathleen Waterloo

*Regular hours Mon-Sat 9-4
Closed: Labor Day weekend, Sept. 9, Sept. 10, Sept. 18

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

I am pleased to announce that I will be showing my painting below in this group show. FusedChicago has such great and varied talent that this should be an interesting show to attend. While the painting below will be at The Art Center, I, unfortunately won’t be able to attend the opening. If you are in the Chicagoland area, please stop by!


of_living_root
Of Living Root
mixed media and encaustic
9×12 inches

6 Comments

  1. by Kelly Jeanette on September 6, 2010  10:47 pm Reply

    Love the above piece. Much details to delight the eyes.

  2. by Shayla on September 7, 2010  8:16 am Reply

    A beautiful piece and an intriguing title.

  3. by nacherluver on September 7, 2010  7:06 pm Reply

    OMG! I wanna go, I wanna go!

    I have to make this happen for myself. Thanks so much for the info.

    and huge congrats on your art being part ;)

  4. by layers on September 7, 2010  8:53 pm Reply

    congratulations on being in this wonderful show-- I went to many of the artists' links-- that was fun too.

  5. by Karin Bartimole on September 8, 2010  3:07 pm Reply

    congratulations Bridgette - it's a beautiful piece!!

  6. by merci33 on September 14, 2010  12:33 pm Reply

    HI Bridgette
    Bravo Bravo!!
    I am buoyed by your combinations of abstraction and almost photo like imagery...to me that is the best of both worlds and you are masterful at it.
    'Of living Root' is a wonderful piece.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.