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"Wax and Fire Works" 

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Encaustic Paintings by Artist Richard Coico 

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July 23 - August 21

A lifelong fascination of science, medicine, and nature continues to inspire and influence Coico's  artistic journey with encaustics; a medium that is difficult to manipulate and somewhat unpredictable, but that's exactly what captivates the artist's imagination. The spontaneity in creating with bee's wax keeps him wondering what will happen next. This exhibit is about discovery, movement and the unique, mysterious blending of wax, colors and fire.

 A Little More than a Week Left to Enjoy These Inspiring Encaustic Paintings.

Stop by the Gallery to View them, Because as Most Things in Life, Art is Better Enjoyed in Person!   

MEET OUR ARTISTS
 
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Ceramic Works by 

Vivian Pyle 
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Paintings & Prints by

Jane Cooper 
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Paintings by

Ellen Hopkins Fountain 
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Paintings by

Claire Melbourne 
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Paintings by

Michael Patterson 
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Photography by

Julie Testwuide 
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Paintings by

Richard Lang Chandler 
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Sculptures by

BA D'Alessandro 
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Paintings by

Jimmy Sheehan 
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Paintings by

Cynthia Mullins 
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Paintings by

Linda Puiatti 
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Sculptures by

Lila Turjanski-Villard 
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Encaustic Paintings by

Richard Coico 
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Paintings by

Mireille Duchesne 
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Paintings by

Natalya Khorover 
Reach for the Sky 48x36

Paintings by

Erin Nazzaro 
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Paintings by

Liron Sissman 
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Photography by

Hooey Wilks 

HELLO THERE!

From all of us at Oak&Oil Gallery,  we invite you to connect with the artists who inspire us to live in  beautiful, enhanced surroundings. Enjoy browsing our website and leave us your comments or visit us. We are located in the heart of Katonah Village, only minutes away from I-684, the Saw Mill Parkway and a short walk from the Katonah train station.