PEGASUS ARTIST OF THE MONTH – MARCH 2020
Kate Goodman is a collage and encaustic artist living on Bainbridge Island in Washington. Her original pieces are paper collage that are covered with clear encaustic medium (a mixture of beeswax and resin). This process makes them archival and color safe and creates the intense colors and sections of hazy dreaminess you will see in her work. Kate uses mostly pieces of magazine pages for the paper she uses to create these charming landscapes.
Encaustic is a versatile medium and Kate also uses the pigmented wax to create intensely colored landscapes. These are created by painting the colored wax onto a rigid surface from a hot palette and then fusing to the surface by reheating. With this method, Kate creates pieces that are full of texture and layers of color.
All featured artworks from this exhibition are available for viewing and sale on the walls of Pegasus Coffee House from March 1 to April 30, and also for online sale (with the addition of a packaging and shipping charge unique to each work) – please make all non-local purchase inquiries via the Contact Pegasus Page here at pegasusbainbridge.com.
“Little Pink Houses”
“Sunshine on a Gray Day”
“Mountain View with Wildflowers”
“Walla Walla Wheat Fields”