Nodine’s Work on Display in Tucson

March 18, 2011 at 11:45 am


Spartanburg, S.C. — Jane Nodine, professor of art at the University of South Carolina Upstate, is currently displaying a recent work at the Sixth Annual Encaustic Invitational at the Conrad Wilde Gallery in Tucson, Ariz. The show features the works of 20 local and national artists and runs through March 26, 2011. 

The Sixth Annual Encaustic Invitational responds to growing interest on the part of artists and the public in the encaustic medium (combining melted beeswax mixed with paint, pigments, and natural resins). The lush, sensual surfaces, translucent layers of rich color, vibrant texture, and incredible depth are just a few of the many reasons for the enthusiasm. Works exhibited represent a range of visual and conceptual themes as they demonstrate many of these qualities of the medium.

 For more information on Nodine’s work, visit www.janenodine.com, email her at jnodine@uscupstate.edu or call (864) 503-5838. Information on the gallery and the invitational can be found at www.conradwildegallery.com.