Encaustic Slide
Heather Roberts

Heather Roberts

October 24, 2017

Pamela W. Wallace

R&F Instructor in Kingston NY

As an educator, Kate has taught

predominantly at the high

er education level, but also in area public

schools, working with students in

kindergarten through 12

th

grade

.

As a printmaker and visual artist, she

has been exhibited

nationally and

inter

nationally, most notably in,

the

SMTG

Krakow

Printmaking

Triennial

Main

Exhi

bition

in

Poland.

She is the 2014 recipient of the Southern Graphics Council Internat

ional

Graduate Fellowship Award and a 2016 artist in residence for the Arctic Circle Residency

.

Her goal is to

create prints

within a variety of mediums and techniques to e

xpand the definition of what a print can be

.

Pamela is a painter/printmaker residing in the Hudson River Valley following three decades in Virginia. Originally from Minneapolis, she worked as a board-certified physician until closing her practice to pursue a BA in painting, followed by two additional years of study in printmaking. Since 2005, her mixed media work has utilized encaustic wax, oil pigment sticks, and collagraph printing techniques to create art that reflects her background in science and her engagement with nature. Pamela’s work is in private and corporate collections across the United States and has been in solo and group shows nationwide, including the Gallery at R&F, Mid-Atlantic New Painting, and Lanoue Fine Art in Boston. She has received a fellowship to the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and has twice presented at the International Encaustic Conference. Pamela has taught encaustic workshops in Virginia, the Truro Center for the Arts, and has written for Prowax Journal, a quarterly magazine for professional artists working in wax and encaustic. 

 

October 23, 2017

Dale Roberts

Visiting Instructor at R&F in Kingston, NY

As an educator, Kate has taught

predominantly at the high

er education level, but also in area public

schools, working with students in

kindergarten through 12

th

grade

.

As a printmaker and visual artist, she

has been exhibited

nationally and

inter

nationally, most notably in,

the

SMTG

Krakow

Printmaking

Triennial

Main

Exhi

bition

in

Poland.

She is the 2014 recipient of the Southern Graphics Council Internat

ional

Graduate Fellowship Award and a 2016 artist in residence for the Arctic Circle Residency

.

Her goal is to

create prints

within a variety of mediums and techniques to e

xpand the definition of what a print can be

.

Dale O. Roberts was born in Waterville, New York in 1959. A painter working primarily in the encaustic medium- with a substantial body of work carried out also in gouache, graphite and a variety of other techniques- his work explores the still life, urban, and rural landscape with painterly representation. Roberts graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and drawing from the Tyler School of Art. He has had numerous solo shows, exhibited both nationally and internationally. Roberts currently lives and works in Norristown, PA.  He has taught many workshops throughout the United States, including the International Encaustic Conference in Provincetown MA, The Willingboro Art Alliance, The Wallingford Art Center, and Castle Hill Center for the Arts. Roberts has also taught internationally, most recently in the summer of 2016 as an artist-in-residence in Tetouan, Morocco. 

October 06, 2017

Kate Collyer

R&F Instructor in Kingston NY

As an educator, Kate has taught

predominantly at the high

er education level, but also in area public

schools, working with students in

kindergarten through 12

th

grade

.

As a printmaker and visual artist, she

has been exhibited

nationally and

inter

nationally, most notably in,

the

SMTG

Krakow

Printmaking

Triennial

Main

Exhi

bition

in

Poland.

She is the 2014 recipient of the Southern Graphics Council Internat

ional

Graduate Fellowship Award and a 2016 artist in residence for the Arctic Circle Residency

.

Her goal is to

create prints

within a variety of mediums and techniques to e

xpand the definition of what a print can be

.

As an educator, Kate has taught predominantly at the higher education level, but also in area public schools, working with students in kindergarten through 12th grade. As a printmaker and visual artist, she has been exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably in, the SMTG Krakow Printmaking Triennial Main Exhibition in Poland. She is the 2014 recipient of the Southern Graphics Council International Graduate Fellowship Award and a 2016 artist in residence for the Arctic Circle Residency. Her goal is to create prints within a variety of mediums and techniques to expand the definition of what a print can be.

 

October 03, 2017

R&F Color Chart

The R&F printed color chart shows swatches of our full color line in both pigment stick and encaustic with color index #, chemical composition, transparencies and drying rates (for Pigment Sticks).

The Gallery at R&F is pleased to present FORCES & artifacts, a two-person exhibit by Carol Bajen-Gahm and Pamela Blum. The exhibit title reflects common themes in Bajen-Gahm’s mixed-media paintings and Blum’s wall sculptures. This exhibit ends R&F’s gallery exhibits. The exhibitions space will be devoted to manufacturing new products.

Bajen-Gahm’s place and landscape narratives cause the observer to shift mental viewing distances within each image. Bajen-Gahm uses inks, digital transfers, seaweed, grass, tobacco netting, and encaustic to print and build her work. The resulting imagery—indeterminate places and spaces—transcends her materials. The artist’s dominant use of black and white conveys polarized times and conditions. These artifacts shift scale from biological processes to human habitation, huge earth forces and aerial views.

July 20, 2016

Phthalo Green Pale

The overpowering saturation of phthalos would make you think that their tints would pop next to other colors. But this very pale shade can be pulled toward yellow, green, or blue. Mix of Phthalo Green and Titanium-Zinc White.

July 20, 2016

Cobalt Teal

Cobalt Teal is a bright, sassy turquoise compared to the deeper royal hue of Cobalt Blue, although they share a similar chemistry. It has the high value of a tint without a loss of saturation. Cobalt Teal is a single pigment color.

July 20, 2016

Olive Yellow

This odd mix of complementary violet/yellow with yellow iron oxide makes it appear yellowish, greenish, or brownish in the context of a painting. Mix of Cadmium Yellow, Ultramarine Violet and Stil de Grain.

Reducing the opulent violet-like undertone of Ultramarine Blue with white produces a tint that shuttles between violet, blue, and grey, depending on its neighboring color. Mix of Ultramarine Blue and Titanium-Zinc White. 

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