Process by Marjorie Flanagan To work with materials one needs a space, just like a writer needs a page. Papers and piles and jars and wands and brushes and knives and drips. The visual impact of William Geisler’s home studio gives a vivid and lasting impression: encaustic wax medium heated over hot plates quite tempting … Continue reading William Geisler
Following THIRST, a Rauschenberg Grant Recipient by Marjorie Flanagan If you seek strange and interesting art themes, tantalizing new techniques and mind-blowing collaborations, dig deep. Austin artists are carving out their niches with heartfelt vigor. Those who look will be rewarded with Women & Their Work’s latest highly charged art eruption, THIRST. As a recent … Continue reading Boom!