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Bancroft Gallery

South Shore Arts Center

Cohasset, MA

Juried by Eric Aho

Shows runs February 14-March 23, 2014


OPENING RECEPTION: Feb 14, 6–8pm







Bromfield Gallery's Juried 12x12 Holiday Show

Bromfield Gallery

Boston, MA

Shows runs December 4-December 22, 2013


Dozens of New England artists, including Bromfield gallery artists, display a wide variety of artwork, including prints, paintings, collages and photographs. All three galleries are hung salon-style, with scores of original pieces.


Everything measures 12x12” or smaller, and ranges in price from $100 to $500.




One X One: A Tribute to the Human Spirit

Athan's European Bakery & Cafe

Brookline, MA

Shows runs October 30–January 6, 2014


An artistic tribute to the endurance and determination of the human spirit following the 2013 Boston Marathon attack.


Art is healing made visible. Where there is darkness, Art can bring beauty, light and celebration.


Nine New England artists working in encaustic use this ancient medium to create a literal or conceptual interpretation of human spirituality, strength and resilience in the wake of hardship, heartbreak and adversity.


One by one we stand strong together.


Boston Strong.






MassWax Group Show

Voltage Coffee & Art

Cambridge, MA

Shows runs August 23–October 5, 2013


Opening reception is Friday, August 23rd from 7PM to 9PM and is free to the public!  There will be a live demo at 8PM of the encaustic process by a few selected MassWax members to show the versatility of the medium; there will be other live demos announced throughout the length of the show.



Community of Artists

Juried Exhibition

Danforth Museum of Art

Framingham, MA

Shows runs June 9–August 4, 2013






Encaustic: Luminosity in Wax

A Juried Exhibition

Gallery Seven

Maynard, MA

Show runs June 4–July 20, 2013

















































Recent projects...


Co-curator for:

Modern Wax: New Art from Old Beginnings

at Highfield Hall & Gardens (Falmouth, MA)



Exhibition runs from May 18 – July 8, 2014

Artist reception: June 29, 1:00 – 3:00 pm


The exhibition title refers to both the ancient history of encaustic and the extraordinary versatility of this medium, making it the perfect vehicle for modern artistic experimentation, encouraging freewheeling combinations of methods and materials and the blurring of lines between sculpture, painting, photography and printmaking. From the curators’ perspective, a grand historic setting such as Highfield Hall is an intriguing venue for present-day art, quite different from the usual “white box” gallery, and our goal is to create an artistic confrontation between the formal and elegant architectural details of the exhibition space and bold, contemporary encaustic art.


For  more information on Modern Wax click here!





"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see."  

                                                         Edgar Degas



A quick word from the artist:

   

Encaustic paintings are unique as they are often described as paintings that are rich in depth, texture and luminousity.


People are intrigued with art that incorporates the encaustic medium since it's lush and mysterious surface draws the viewer in for closer inspection.


Today's curiosity and movement towards wax in the art world is in part due to our attraction to its organic properties.


We are ever so fascinated with nature and our place within it.


Warmest Regards,

Amalia Tagaris