Work in Permanent Collection of EAINM

I’m honored to have my work included in the Permanent Collection of the Encaustic Art Institute of New Mexico, located in Santa Fe. Titled VLA (for “very luminous array,” a nod to the Very Large Array in Socorro, New Mexico), it was thrilling to see them installed for others to enjoy. Each piece is made with encaustigraphs, along with copper or steel wire, and a finial of translucent polymer clay in a braised copper circle. Lengths vary from 66 to 72″.

VLA—a “very luminous array” of five e*graphic suspensions, now in the Permanent Collection of the Encaustic Art Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Very Luminous Array
VLA, or Very Luminous Array, a group of five encaustigraphic suspensions, now in the Permanent Collection of the Encaustic Art Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico.