The Paris Review: Studio visit with Betsy Eby

STUDIO VISIT Painting with Fire: A Visit with Betsy Eby March 10, 2014 | by Liz Arnold Encaustic means “to burn.” The ethereal quality of Betsy Eby’s encaustic paintings belies the labor-intensive process of their making—an ancient method involving heated wax, damar resin (the sap of a Southeast Asian pine), and pigment applied in translucent veils with brushes and…

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Tony Scherman article in the Huffington Post

The Conscience of the King by Bruce Helander   Tony Scherman is a painter’s painter, because other painters who paint with a seriousness of purpose immediately recognize in his distinctive work a high command of skill, idiosyncratic maturity, captivating inventiveness, and an obvious love of picture-making, particularly portraiture. Thriving artists employ a hard-earned knack to…

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Tony Scherman now on view at The Hunter Museum

Go Figure: Selections From The Hunter Museum’s Permanent Collection Now On Exhibit Monday, December 16, 2013 Tony Scherman, (b. 1950), II Mostro, 1998 encaustic on canvas, 84 x 96 inches, Collection of Hunter Museum of American Art, In honor of Julius L. Chazen. A gift of the Unus Foundation, Nanci and Steve Chazen and Jack…

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Christopher Boffoli in LA Times

Daily Dish The inside scoop on food in Los Angeles Cool photos of miniature people with big food dreams in “Big Appetites” By Jenn Harris October 26, 2013 Artist Christopher Boffoli likes to play with food. We’re not talking making airplane noises while guiding a spoonful of peas through the air on a short flight….

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Christine Wächter-Campbell on ARTINFO

Click the link below to see a slideshow tour of Christine’s favorite places and art spots in the Hamptons:     [button url=”http://www.blouinartinfo.com/travel/slideshow/tastemaker-guide-christine-wachter-campbells-hamptons/?image=0″ ]Christine Wächter-Campbell on ARTINFO[/button]

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