Betsy Eby: Garden Riot

Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is pleased to announce Garden Riot, an exhibition of new, large-scale encaustic paintings by Betsy Eby. Musical lyricism and the wildness of nature inspire these vibrant paintings, which embrace sensuality and earthly delights as a counterbalance in an increasingly informational age.

Read More

MEET: Betsy Eby in Mood of Living

Mood of Living is an online lifestyle magazine and international marketplace that features creative visionaries and tastefully designed products. Below they speak with artist, Betsy Eby, for an in-depth look at her creative process and inspiration.

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More