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

 

Poet’s Encampment: A Conversation (panel ten)

Below is panel ten 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.                                                                                               
Jacob Eamon, photo collage, encaustic and mixed media, 18x18x2. ©Marybeth Rothman

Jacob Eamon, 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