The First Encaustic (Beeswax and Damar Resin) Art Exhibition in Jamaica Opens November 25

Michele Lee Lambert will be staging an art exhibition at Grosvenor Galleries from November 25th to December 10th.
It will be the first encaustic ( beeswax and damar resin) art show to be staged in Jamaica.
This art form predates oil and acrylic.  It was invented by the Greeks and used by the Egyptians to paint the portraits of the mummies. These portraits still exist today and have not faded or cracked.
The show will feature traditional digital photography, encaustic art and photography fused with encaustic.
Michele copped a gold and silver award for photography and a bronze for an encaustic painting in this year’s JCDC competition.
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