Monday, October 27, 2014

SCIENCE Online Exhibition Video





"Root" Encaustic on 14" x 11" panel
Kristin Swenson-Lintault



My work titled "Root" has been selected as part of an online exhibition titled "SCIENCE" at Linus Galleries in Pasadena and Long Beach, CA. A live collective show is scheduled in 2015.


Contact Linus Galleries at 310-491-0269 for purchase inquiries.


Click on video to see exhibition images. My work is at 2:11.



Exhibition Statement: Kristin Swenson-Lintault

My process has been varied but I have always been inspired to create work that deals with extracting the essence of some aspect of nature with an emphasis on abstraction, color, surface and layering. This encaustic piece titled “Root” has a direct connection to my studio location in the Pacific Northwest where moss grows prolifically and I am heavily influenced by plant color and texture.
“Root” is part of an ongoing series titled “Inside Out” examining origins, connections and lifelines. I use my interest in fiber/textiles and natural forms to build a range of imagery derived from trees, bonsai, roots, labyrinths, veins, umbilical cords, plant cells, knots, skeins, and sacred ropes to suggest strength, vitality, continuum, nourishment, and ancestral links.






Monday, October 13, 2014

October Exhibition

"Traces III" Encaustic, oil, fabric on 10" x 10" panel
Kristin Swenson-Lintault 2014

Contact Encaustic Art Institute at 505-424 6487 thru November 2, 2014 for purchase inquiries.


 "Traces III" is one in a series of 10 paintings that I have been working on this year that began as an encaustic monotype on fabric that was then layered with encaustic and oil paints.  It is on view now at the Encaustic Art Institute as part of their 4th Annual National Juried Encaustic Exhibition. The Juror is Merry Scully, Head of Curatorial Affairs at the New Mexico Museum of Art.


Exhibition Dates:  October 4 - November 2, 2014

Opening Reception - October 4, 2014  12pm

Encaustic Art Institute Gallery
18 County Road, 55A
Cerillos, NM 87010
(20 minutes from Santa Fe)





Here is the first write up I have seen so far.