“Inspired by photos of ancient monuments in Europe and New England, my goal is to express the tender and deep connections between humans and the places and cultures in which they live. In particular, my work is a love affair with the places my family has been connected to over time in an effort to find connection for myself. To reference time passing, I developed a painting technique that blends the fragile transparency of watercolors with the luminosity and depth of encaustic.”
Don’t miss seeing Ann Mavor’s encaustic watercolor paintings from her Mounds and Stones series. They will be included in a three person show at The Art Gallery at Lower Columbia College in Longview, WA. from September 24-October 17, 2014. The other artists are Al Crane and Chia Hui ‘Tracy’ Shen. The reception is Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 4-6 pm.