Jim Inzero's "Visions in Color" is a collection of new encaustic paintings that capture the essence of the New Jersey coastline, its light and visual expanse. Using soft muted textures with splashes of color, Inzero creates panoramic impressions of the natural beauty of the area.
Inzero's encaustic painting method utilizes beeswax mixed with pigment and fused with heat, thus fixing the colors in the process. Inzero manipulates the wax pigment to create paintings that glow with diffused light and exude a powerful yet serene effect.
Painting: Jim Inzero, "Emerging" Encaustic on Panel, 12" x 12"
Beatrice Coron's exhibit of selected papercuts focuses around the show's title Flux, a flow or flowing of continuous change, passage and movement. Coron is a visual storyteller; her work explores memories of individuals and communities, political ideologies and mythical legends all interpreted by her artistic imagination.
Beatrice Coron cuts her characteristic designs in paper and Tyvek. Her work starts with an idea conceived around a theme, then a series of conceptual sketches to capture the general architectural layout and visual elements. She then cuts into four layers of Tyvek. After the initial cutting, each layer is separated, 'cleaned up' and individually finished by adding unique details to each piece.
Beatrice Coron "La Vie de Chateau" Cut Tyvek, 44" x 44"