Monday, November 14, 2011


Ink Paper Wax, my exhibition is on view at the Pearl Fincher MFA through the 20th of this month in the Marilyn Morgan Hillery Community Gallery.  My thanks go to both The Pearl Fincher MFA and Lone Star College for their combined efforts in sponsoring this event once a year and to my fellow faculty members, Suzanne Shield-Polk and Laura Fisher at the CyFair campus of Lone Star for offering this year's exhibition to me.  To Rosemary Hickman, Education Director at the Pearl, a huge thank you for all her work and support from curating the work for the show, the lovely presentation to all the behind-the-scenes work that is required to achieve this seamless presentation.  

Below are some images of my exhibition.

Center of wall looking back into the main gallery,  (center )New Language/Booked,  grid of twelve  ink drawing on book pages with oil bar & encaustic medium on 12 x 9 inch panels.
L. Slow Burn 

Grid of twelve book pages with ink drawings and encaustic medium on panels. 

Far right- Skin Tight, paper, cotton cloth, oil bar with encaustic on panel. 42 x 24 inches.
Center- Paint Your Skin /704B6, Encaustic/oil bar on panel, 30 x 36 inches
Right-New Language/Booked 

L. River of Dreams,  Encaustic/paper and Ink on two panels.

L-R,  Slow Burn, New Language, Paint Your Skin, Skin Tight

L-R, Paint Your Skin and Skin Tight
Little boxes 

Suzanne, Matthew and another guest. 


Angela G. said...

Wow! It all looks wonderful!


Gwendolyn Plunkett said...

Thanks, Angie. Where are you? Still in Florida?

Kate P. Miller said...

Nice work Gwen, I really like the ink on pages. Funny, I have also been working on pages lately, we seem to do that quite often! Beautiful show, congratulations.