Urban Bright, 2019.
Kathleen Moore
Encaustic on silk screenon panel, SWA..

I want viewers to feel refuge and rest when they look at my art, to take a ‘mini-vacation’ from their circumstances, to feel understood at some level, and to find something they can relate to in a personal way.

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I want viewers to feel refuge and rest when they look at my art, to take a ‘mini-vacation’ from their circumstances, to feel understood at some level, and to find something they can relate to in a personal way. In my art I am drawn to contrast and texture, often found in nature, which seems to show up in all my work. I find encaustic to be warm (luscious), soft and comforting. I love the way it flows and smells as I work. I am informed by the medium as much as by my own curiosity and creativity.

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