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MARYBETH ROTHMAN

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Magnolia 8:37pm, 2009 Encaustic & Mixed Media 36"x40" © Marybeth Rothman 2009
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Eva and Grace, 2009 Encaustic & Mixed Media 36"x40" © Marybeth Rothman 2009
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Eighty Pearl Street 9:07pm (detail), 2009 Encaustic & Mixed Media 40"x36" © Marybeth Rothman 2009
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Indisputable Change, , 2007 Solar Plate Etching 8" X 10" © 2007 marybeth rothman
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Unwavering Fiaith, 2007 Solar Plate Etching 8" X 10" © 2007 marybeth rothman
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A Tangent, 2008 Encaustic & Mixed Media 24"x30" © Marybeth Rothman 2008
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Observation of Signals, 2008 Encaustic & Mixed Media 24"x30" © Marybeth Rothman 2008
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Clotho, 2009 Encaustic & Mixed Media 8" X 10" © Marybeth Rothman
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Unfasten, 2008 Encaustic & Mixed Media 48" X 16" © Marybeth Rothman
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Eva & Grace 1:37 am, 2009 Encaustic and Mixed Media 36" X 40" © Marybeth Rothman
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Eva & Grace 1:37 am, 2009 Encaustic and Mixed Media 36" X 40" © Marybeth Rothman
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© Courtesy of the artist & Tria Gallery
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Vesta 5:02 pm, 2009 Encaustic and Mixed Media 36"x40" © Marybeth Rothman
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Faye 10:21 am Encaustic and Mixed Media 36"x40" © Marybeth Rothman
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Rosalee 8:23 am Encaustic and Mixed Media 36"x40" © Marybeth Rothman
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Hugh 7:36 am Encaustic and Mixed Media 36"x40" © Marybeth Rothman
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Quick Facts
Schools
RISD (Rhode Island School of Design)
Tags
nudes, female, wax, prints, contemporary, printmaking, photo, etching, encaustic, mixed-media, photography, figurative, solarplate-etching, Monoprints
Statement

My work is a journal of human contact about strangers, centered about a juxtaposition of the foreign figure with an abstract form or other echoing counterpart. These disparate images both inform and catalyze one another, engendering an evocative dialogue sometimes between the animate and inanimate, the part and the whole and the far and the foreign. In sum, these works are a dialectic of the human condition that reflects our connection with ourselves and the other.

 

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