sacred art

 |  March 22, 2009

I now have a small selection of encaustic paintings at Sacred Art, a funky gallery boutique in the Lincoln Square neighborhood in Chicago.

4619 north lincoln ave
chicago, il 60625
(773)728-2803
sacredartstore@gmail.com


maybe home was always here
maybe home was always here
encaustics, 6×6 inches

I created a Sacred Art Gallery set on flickr. If you are interested in purchasing one of these paintings, please feel free to get in touch with the gallery. They would be happy to handle the transaction and ship it to you.

I am always available too if anyone has any questions about my work, or even specifically about encaustics. bridgette @ guerzonmills.com

12 Comments

  1. by Carmen on March 22, 2009  10:24 am Reply

    I love this piece Bridgette!

  2. by Joy Logan on March 22, 2009  12:11 pm Reply

    I just LOVE your pieces!

  3. by Meri Arnett-Kremian on March 22, 2009  12:17 pm Reply

    I'm sending you thoughts of celebration for your new gallery relationship. Way to go!

  4. by Angela Wales Rockett on March 22, 2009  12:32 pm Reply

    Did I ever congratulate you on this? (I meant to if I didn't.) Beautiful work!

  5. by Haley on March 22, 2009  1:16 pm Reply

    Lucky duck! That's a great place. Congrats.

  6. by Wild Somerset Child on March 22, 2009  4:46 pm Reply

    So lovely as always - and yes, I do have a question about encaustics: it would seem to me (untechnical) that there is a fluidity to what you do, using - am I right - wax with damar resin ?? When I talked to a UK supplier (whose work I hated), I was told that using resins with the wax was 'detrimental to health'. So I am torn as to where to begin ... (Ann, from UK)

    P.S. Best of luck with the new venue.

  7. by Janette Kearns Wilson on March 22, 2009  5:52 pm Reply

    Love the Flickr photos of the "set"I hope someone can buy them all and keep them together

  8. by bridgette on March 22, 2009  6:15 pm Reply

    Thanks everyone!

    Anne- I will email you directly, but thought that I would also answer here in case anyone else had questions about the same issue.

    There is a link at the R&F website about safety concerns that could answer safety issues more thoroghly than I can: http://www.rfpaints.com/PDFs/Tech%20Sheets/Venting%20Your%20Studio%20for%20Encaustic.pdf

  9. by Jeane on March 22, 2009  6:57 pm Reply

    wow, Sacred Art is a perfect name for a gallery for your art! congratulations! as usual, love this piece, the the last one and the one before that, etc., etc., etc.

  10. by Karin on March 22, 2009  10:08 pm Reply

    congratulations! I hope your art's new home is a prosperous one - this piece is beautiful.
    Happy spring :)

  11. by Katherine on March 23, 2009  12:46 pm Reply

    This piece is a quiet beauty Bridgette.

  12. by kat on April 7, 2009  11:12 am Reply

    Your colors are always so rich and vivid! It's beautiful.

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