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Rehoboth Art League So,IL Persepectives: Re-Imagined Landscapes, 144 Degrees Encaustic Paintings by Kristen Woodward and Lost at Sea

Rehoboth Art League
12 Dodds Lane
Lynne Powell
Mar 28, 2014
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Art League brings the elements of land, sea and fire to the galleries.  SO, IL Perspective: Re-Imagined Landscapes work by David Linneweh and John Reddington, 144 Degrees: Encaustic Paintings by Kristen Woodward, and Members Showcase: Lost at Sea will run from March 28 – April 27, 2014.

Opening on Friday, March 28 from 5 - 7 PM Free and open to the public

So, IL Perspective: Re-Imagined Landscapes is a two-person exhibition that features artists David Linneweh and John Reddington who both graduated from Southern Illinois University in 2007. They have created a new series of paintings based on their collective experience living in the Southern Illinois region

144 Degrees: Encaustic Paintings by Kristen Woodward showcases work that uses an unusual technique in the creation. The title 144 Degrees refers to the temperature in which beeswax – a primary ingredient in encaustic painting - melts. Kristen Woodward is a professor of art at Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Members Showcase: Lost at Sea-Seascapes- Juried Show will be in the Homestead weekends only. This showcase will feature artworks in a variety of mediums that reference, illustrate, capture, or suggest seascapes. Weekends only in the Homestead -open Saturday 10 AM – 4 PM and Sunday noon – 4 PM.

Main galleries open Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 4 PM and SUnday noon - 4 PM


Closed Monday's

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