Published for The Lexington Minuteman on Oct. 31
Jeanne Borofsky has worked in many different mediums in her visual art career, yet the millennia-old encaustic form is one she brings to life.
“It’s very flexible,” Borofsky said. “As you put layers of clear encaustic on things, the background fades away. You can give a sense of depth.”
Borofsky showed two pieces, “Conservatory” and “Singing Wires” at Gallery Blink from Sept. 30 to Oct. 16 for the exhibition “Musicology.” The exhibition was a way for gallery owner Gillian Ross to show the connection she sees between music and art.
“We realized a lot of visual artists often have music playing while they’re making their work, and that can often spill into what it is they are creating,” Ross said.
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