Gina Adams is an MFA candidate at the University of Kansas and an award winning artist whose work takes a personal look at native history and world mythology. She has been on the faculty for R&F Paints since 2005 teaching at both the New York and satellite schools. Her new work involves layering wax on clay vessel forms replicating her Ojibwa heritage with its beadwork patterning.
Gina has just been accepted to participate in the Santorini Biennale in Greece! They have selected her ceramics and miniature paintings for inclusion in this prestigious show. Congratulations, Gina! We are excited to have you at the conference and are looking forward to learning from you.
At encaustiCon, Gina will be teaching an introduction workshop for R&F Paints and a hands-on workshop in multi-level pours. She will also be speaking at the Friday panel where she will show images of her work and explain the significance that the medium of wax has had on her work.
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Tue, June 26, 2012
by Michelle Belto