Works of art by Jane Nodine displayed

September 20, 2013 at 11:36 am

Works of art by Jane Nodine, assistant chair and professor in the Fine Arts and Communications Studies, will be on exhibit through Oct. 20 at Riverworks Gallery in downtown Greenville and at Greenville Technical College’s greer campus.

Her collection, “Thermal Response,” consists of paintings and prints that use beeswax as a primary medium. The ancient technique of encaustic or hot wax, is a mixture of beeswax and resin that has a long history of applications dating to the Fayum portraits of 100 AD.

Nodine’s work takes a magnified look at surfaces and patterns in nature.

Nodine currently has works displayed at the Spartanburg Art Musuem and has an installation of encaustic prints on view in the 40th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Spartanburg Artist Guild.

Her artwork was recently featured in an exhibit titled, “Radiant,” at East Tennessee State University’s Slocumb Galleries in Johnson City, Tenn.