As I continue to explore identity in my mixed media portraits, I need your help. Please answer one or both of the following questions. I WILL NOT reveal your identity if I use your answer in whole or part, in form or content in my work. When you post your answer […]
Now and then it’s good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy. Guillaume Apollinaire The Clarksburg Decision, encaustic and mixed media, 40×40″ © Marybeth Rothman 2011
I just finished my first quarterly Studio Newsletter and would like to send it to you. I just found out that Constant Contact will cancel my account if I enter your email address and send the newsletter to you without your permission. I’m sending it out tonight and will send […]
Typically my encaustic mixed media portraits, include vintage photography. Recently I decided to branch out and use my own photography. Posted here is a portrait of one of my sons. After many months of following my son Jack with a camera, I realized this would not only be portrait of […]
Above left: Camile 7:17 pm, encaustic and mixed media.
I am exhibiting in New Views of Encaustic Art at the Carroll House Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire, September 5- October 2, 2011. This exhibition was curated by Peter Roos, and includes work by Laura Moriarty, Kevin Frank, Francisco Benitez and Leah MacDonald.
I am 9 miles north of NYC and awaiting Irene’s arrival with 80 mph winds in a few hours. Today I dragged it in or tied it down, filled the tub, bought water, flashlights and made chocolate cupcakes. I moved my paintings out of the studio and covered them… maybe […]
> Catherine Nash Eclipsis Lunar Mixed media assemblage, encaustic painting in an antique box, wax pencil and chalk drawing of a ca. 1552 lunar eclipse diagram on an old school slate; antique copper compact, mica, branches, handmade paper with walnut ink and encaustic. 17.5”h X 25”w (open) X 10”d, 2011 I curated […]