I dropped off a couple encaustics this weekend at the WRAP (Wisconsin Regional Artist Program) show at the Pyle Center. If you’re on campus this month, head over to to check out the great mix of art by local artists – it’s always fun to see what people are working on! This being my first year there, I now realize that showing up early means you get to pick a spot on the first floor (that’s really well lit). I’m on the second floor – strategically located so that you can look at my art just as you come out of the bathroom 🙂
I’m looking forward to the workshop in early April, where the guest speaker is Bobette Rose – who works in Encaustics!! Happy coincidence!
This month I’ve been spending more time working on art, which has been great after being so busy over the holidays. Upcoming events over the next few weeks:
- Feb 10th (2pm), come check out a little art show at the DePauw Schoolhouse – Hearts & Crafts – super adorable location on the way to Cross Plains and a great way to spend a potentially grey winter afternoon!
- Month of Feb – The Wisconsin Regional Artists Association is showing some art at the UW hospital. There’s some great art there by a mix of people and I’ve got a couple large oil paintings in the mix.
I also just started working on my Instagram profile…check out https://www.instagram.com/wanderingwaterstudio/
I’m going to be sharing a hut at Vilas Zoo lights this coming weekend – Dec 6-9. Not sure what to expect, but should be fun to hang in the zoo in the evenings. And I can’t bring any encaustics because of the cold – so prints it is! It was a good excuse to make some little animal cards.
I had a great time at art fairs in Madison this November – Winter Art Fair on the Square (Nov 10/11, 2018) or Art in the Wright Place (Nov 17/18, 2018).
Ah – website design. My recent nemesis. If only we could have a heart to heart chat and you could share your inner workings in a clear and understandable fashion. Why are you hiding that last page that I created?
In the meantime … thank you for your patience as I figure things out. It’s a work in progress!