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Help us save the honeybee..
The Museum of Encaustic Art is excited to be participating as a non-profit 501c3, with EarthX2023 and we need your support!
April 21-23, 2023 at Fair Park, Dallas, TX
Our 20 x 20 booth and impressive speaker panel will focus on the overwhelming importance of the honeybee to our survival and discuss the shocking future that awaits us if we do not work now to educate adults and children on the
importance of protecting the species globally and becoming responsible stewards of their environment.
Your gracious contribution will provide funds for:
Travel Expenses for speakers
Booth and speaker panel involvement
Booth and demonstration supplies
An accomplished encaustic artist, Tonya uses the traditional encaustic mixture of beeswax and resin to sculpt exquisite 3D floral “paintings”. Encaustic, which consists of wholly organic materials found in nature, lends itself to the overall theme of the beauty and fragility of nature. Her use of wax gives a rich optical effect to the pigment making the finished work startlingly lifelike.
Tonya's award-winning 3D Floral Encaustic paintings are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Encaustic Art in Cerillos, NM and are currently part of the "Flourish" exhibition of the d'Arts Center in Norfolk, Va for historic Garden Week.
Tonya also serves on the Board of the Encaustic Museum.