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Paula Roland studio visit

Paula Roland

Paula Roland works her abstract encaustic magic in her studio outside of Santa Fe. She teaches workshops out of the studio as well as creating work that can be seen in these galleries: William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe, Conrad Wilde Gallery in Tucson, and Smink in Dallas. You can see more of her work at paularoland.com and get information about her workshops at rolandworkshops.com.

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Jesse Blanchard studio visit

Jesse Blanchard Jesse Blanchard creates his en caustic works below the pitter pat of tiny feet in the seclusion of his basement studio.  Jesse is represented by LewAllen Contemporaries and Blue Heron Fine Art. You can see more of his work at jesseblanchard.com.

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Jesse Blanchard

Raphaelle Goethals studio visit

Raphaelle Goethals works are in encaustic on Birch panels. She has recently completed and moved into a new studio near her house. Her signature large paintings can be seen at 212 Gallery, Gail Severn Gallery, and Elin Eagle-Smith Gallery. You can see more of her work at raphaellegoethals.com.

Aleta Pippin studio visit

Painter Aleta Pippin’s large space allows her to work on several paintings at once. She is owner of the gallery Pippin Contemporary, which showcases her work as well as several other artists. You can see more of her work at aletapippin.com

Russell Thurston studio visit

Russell Thurston creates beautiful images using wax and pigments, encaustic painting. I think it was the first time I ever saw anyone paint with a soldering iron. You can see more of Russell’s work at www.russellthurston.com.

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