About Marybeth Rothman

I am a painter of mixed media portraits of strangers combining photo collage, abstract drawings and encaustic paint. For further information please contact Frederick Holmes and Company Gallery, Seattle, WA, Lanoue Gallery, Boston, MA or Laura Rathe Fine Art, Houston, TX . www.marybethrothman.com

Exhibiting in Houston at Laura Rathe Fine Art

My new series of portraits, The Broadacres Society just arrived at                                              Laura Rathe Fine Art, 2707 Colquitt Street, Houston, TX.

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Opal, 12x12x2″, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Billie, 12x12x2", photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Billie, 12x12x2″, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Lola, 12x12x2", photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Lily Moon’s Sister, 12x12x2″, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

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Lola, 12x12x2″, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Pearl, 12x12x2", photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Pearl, 12x12x2″, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Jewel, 12x12x2", photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

Jewel, 12x12x2″, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. ©Marybeth Rothman

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel sixteen)

Below is panel sixteen in a sixteen panel installation of new mixed media work, Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation that I will be exhibiting at
Winter Group Show Part l: Marybeth Rothman, Anke Schofield and Laura Schiff Bean
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016
450 Harrison Street #31, Boston, MA
Please join me at Lanoue Gallery on December 4th, 6-8 pm during the SOWA First Friday Art Walk.                                                                                       
Julius Logan, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Julius Logan, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation    
One can find relationships among and between any or all of the images. I invite the viewer to create a visual conversation by juxtaposing these images to discover an expected or unexpected narrative that may reflect a real or imagined place.                                           
Poet's Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2″. ©Marybeth Rothman

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel fifteen)

Below is panel fifteen in a sixteen panel installation of new mixed media work, Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation that I will be exhibiting at
Winter Group Show Part l: Marybeth Rothman, Anke Schofield and Laura Schiff Bean
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016
450 Harrison Street #31, Boston, MA
Please join me at Lanoue Gallery on December 4th, 6-8 pm during the SOWA First Friday Art Walk.                                                                                             
Tides and Currents, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Tides and Currents, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation    
One can find relationships among and between any or all of the images. I invite the viewer to create a visual conversation by juxtaposing these images to discover an expected or unexpected narrative that may reflect a real or imagined place.                                           
Poet's Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2″. ©Marybeth Rothman

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel fourteen)

Below is panel fourteen in a sixteen panel installation of new mixed media work, Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation that I will be exhibiting at
Winter Group Show Part l: Marybeth Rothman, Anke Schofield and Laura Schiff Bean
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016
450 Harrison Street #31, Boston, MA
Please join me at Lanoue Gallery on December 4th, 6-8 pm during the SOWA First Friday Art Walk.                                                                                    
The Poet's Encampment, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

The Poet’s Encampment, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation    
One can find relationships among and between any or all of the images. I invite the viewer to create a visual conversation by juxtaposing these images to discover an expected or unexpected narrative that may reflect a real or imagined place.                                           
Poet's Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2″. ©Marybeth Rothman

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel thirteen)

Below is panel thirteen in a sixteen panel installation of new mixed media work, Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation that I will be exhibiting at
Winter Group Show Part l: Marybeth Rothman, Anke Schofield and Laura Schiff Bean
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016
450 Harrison Street #31, Boston, MA
Please join me at Lanoue Gallery on December 4th, 6-8 pm during the SOWA First Friday Art Walk.                                                                                            
The Maiden, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

The Maiden, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation    
One can find relationships among and between any or all of the images. I invite the viewer to create a visual conversation by juxtaposing these images to discover an expected or unexpected narrative that may reflect a real or imagined place.                                           
Poet's Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2″. ©Marybeth Rothman

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel twelve)

Below is panel twelve in a sixteen panel installation of new mixed media work, Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation that I will be exhibiting at
Winter Group Show Part l: Marybeth Rothman, Anke Schofield and Laura Schiff Bean
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016
450 Harrison Street #31, Boston, MA
Please join me at Lanoue Gallery on December 4th, 6-8 pm during the SOWA First Friday Art Walk.                                                                                            
Ruby's Daughter, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Ruby’s Daughter, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation    
One can find relationships among and between any or all of the images. I invite the viewer to create a visual conversation by juxtaposing these images to discover an expected or unexpected narrative that may reflect a real or imagined place.                                           
Poet's Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2″. ©Marybeth Rothman

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel eleven)

Below is panel eleven in a sixteen panel installation of new mixed media work, Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation that I will be exhibiting at
Winter Group Show Part l: Marybeth Rothman, Anke Schofield and Laura Schiff Bean
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016
450 Harrison Street #31, Boston, MA
Please join me at Lanoue Gallery on December 4th, 6-8 pm during the SOWA First Friday Art Walk.                                                                                            
Ava and Tulip, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Ava and Tulip, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation    
One can find relationships among and between any or all of the images. I invite the viewer to create a visual conversation by juxtaposing these images to discover an expected or unexpected narrative that may reflect a real or imagined place.                                           
Poet's Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (Virtual Installation) photo collage, encaustic and mixed media. Each panel 18x18x2″. ©Marybeth Rothman