Current Exhibitions

Out of 145 Degrees Fahrenheit

September 21st – November 10th

Wax is a versatile and enchanting medium, and Bentley Gallery is proud to highlight four artists who use wax in unconventional ways. Out of 145 Degrees Fahrenheit, a reference to the melting point of wax, features Bryan David GriffithHiro YokoseMichael David, and Mitja Tusek.


Exhibition Archive

Bryan David Griffith

Bryan David Griffith

Bryan David Griffith

Hiro Yokose

Hiro Yokose

Hiro Yokose

Michael David

Michael David

Michael David

 
Bryan David Griffith’s work spans mediums, knitting together photography, sculpture, and painting. Yokose’s painting style evokes a delicate and traditional Japanese aesthetic, creating an careful sense of atmosphere and balance between painterly abstraction and representation. David is an abstract painter, best known for his use of the encaustic technique, which incorporates pigment with heated beeswax, and Tusek also creates work with the encaustic technique, building up layers of pigmented beeswax until the final piece is abstracted and intriguingly removed from its subject.