The medium of choice for Nadine Koski is a mixture of pigmented beeswax and tree resin. She uses a heat torch to fuse the wax into abstract and figurative wall works that invite a touch of the hand.
Few artists attempt the challenging craft of encaustic, but the creative process was a perfect fit for Nadine. She and her husband built an art studio in 2014 just beyond their backyard koi pond in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Today, Nadine’s impressive body of work has gained many collectors. Her most recent art includes shellac for a batik-like aesthetic, and alcohol inks for more abstract compositions.