Rowan's Encaustic Art at Deacon & Deacon

October 13, 2016

Deacon and Deacon Insurance will showcase the work of Sherii “Sha” Rowan, an encaustic artist who paints with a torch during ArtWalk Thursday, Oct. 20.  


Encaustic painting uses the transformative nature of heat. This medium is made from molten beeswax, tree resin, and earth pigments. By torch-fusing at around 1,400 degrees, the paint is permanently bonded to wooden canvases, forming a rigid, enamel-like surface. Rowan’s  goal is to create works that are sophisticated, but free-flowing.


She is inspired by the organic beauty that arises from heat induced alchemy, pushing boundaries, to go from “flow to form.” Visit for more info.




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