Wednesday, May 9, 2012

The Wax Book - Catalogue launch at the 6th Annual International Encaustic Conference....check it out....

Above is the cover of "The Wax Book:  Altered, Repurposed, Remade" - this is a very professionally designed book of an exhibit I curated for the 6th Annual International Encaustic Conference...The exhibit opens at the Truro Center for the Arts, Gallery 10, at Castle Hillin Truro, MA. USA.

Many thanks go to Sarah E. Rehmer for the layout design, Nancy Natale for the editing and Milisa Galazzi for birthing the idea of turning the exhibit into a catalogue and handling sales and marketing...this small group that came together quite organically, would not have happened if it weren't for our passion for the book arts and the vision and belief that all that can be imagined is possible..

The Wax Book: Altered Repurposed, Remade 
Curator: Supria Karmakar ; Editor: Nancy Natale
Layout Design: Sarah E. Rehmer ; Sales & Marketing:Milisa Galazzi 

37 wonderful pages of 13 artists' work on books, elements of books, in both two dimensional and three dimensional formats.

Patricia Dusman

Coming soon to for $25.00 (includes shipping) 

Or you can obtain one at the conference book signing Friday June 1st 4-5 p.m. or come to the opening of the exhibit at Gallery 10, Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Truro, MA. USA, .....
Or for alternative arrangements contact:  Supria at:
Below is the book I will be exhibiting as part of "The Wax Book: Altered, Repurposed, Remade" exhibit, opening May 31st 4 - 6 p.m. at Gallery 10, Truro Centre for the Arts, Truro, MA. 

Above and Below: Terra Incognita, Encaustic Mixed Media Altered Book, 2012, 14" h x 10" w

 Detail Images of "Terra Incognita"


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  3. I love mixed media and find the wonderful work here, so inspiring!
    I'm also in Massachusetts.