Potential and Limits Exhibition at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts

The GCCA gallery floor during a member show and a Brandon Fellows exhibition.
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Potential and Limits: Visions in Encaustic is a group exhibition of the historic medium of encaustic art which involves the use of hot wax as a creative medium. The exhibition is on view through Wednesday, January 23 at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts.

The show will include art by artists Danielle Fontaine (Greenville, SC), Patricia Kilburg (Greenville, SC), Michael Ziemer (Piedmont, SC), Roger Bruckner (Taylors, SC), and Jess Stone (Piedmont, SC).  The artists present various techniques and concepts but all employ the encaustic medium, an ancient painting technique using heat to melt and fuse layers of pigmented wax.

NOstalgia by Theresa Gooby (Beacon, NY) will also be shown at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts. Theresa’s art explores the often overlooked and troubled nuances of the past. Her work consists of mixed media and encaustic artwork and it can be found in Gallery B of GCCA’s Main Gallery.

Potential and Limits: Visions in Encaustic and NOstalgia by Theresa Gooby can be viewed through January 23, 2019. Admission is free! The gallery is located at 101 Abney St, Greenville, SC 29611 and its hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Saturday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Please visit ArtCenterGreenville.org or call (864) 735-3948 for additional information.

Photo: The GCCA gallery floor during a member show and a Brandon Fellows exhibition.