215. Bryan Macilko

Encaustic

What am I trying to say with my work? That art can be whimsical,playful while at the same time speaking to some universal feelings in us all. Playfulness and whimsy speaks to the innocence of youth and a time of being carefree while under the protective gaze of elders. The encaustic medium expresses the whimsy through its luminosity of color.

Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

1711 S 1st St

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  • 209. Magnificence of Seven

    Acrylic, brass, carbon steel, encaustic, graphite, oil, pencil, scratchboard, watercolor

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 210. Scott Wilkes

    Steel

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 211. Connor Teseny

    Scratchboard, ink, colored pencil, copper plate, lino block

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 212. Janis Fowler

    Gouache, oil, resin

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 213. Evan Runyon

    Acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, colored pencil, graphite, ink

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 214. Carla Yeatts

    Polymer clay, paper clay, acrylic paints/inks, fabrics

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 216. Katie Ryan Donohue

    Acrylic, watercolor, guache, on paper, canvas, and wood

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 217. JR Rapier

    Acrylic on canvas

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 218. Art From The Streets

    Acrylic on paper, canvas and wood

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

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