On view Thursday, March 8th - Monday, April 2nd
"Using beeswax from her own hives, artist Georgia Nassikas creates intriguing textures and layered surfaces in her encaustic paintings. Her intricate, abstracted landscapes acutely capture the ephemeral quality of light flickering across the land. "Elemental," a solo exhibition of her work, will be held in The Art League Gallery. Nassikas uses a combination of beeswax, mineral pigments, and oil sticks to create her encaustic paintings. Encaustic, a method reaching back to ancient times, is by definition a technique consisting of layers of wax fused together with heat."
The Art League Gallery
105 N Union Street - in Alexandria, VA
Metro: King St and take the free trolley or any bus that runs down King St and gets you close to the Waterfront