Anne Stine is best known for her encaustic paintings that reflect an intimate, human connection with the natural world. She adds a contemporary twist to landscape painting by combining oils with encaustic beeswax medium, then fuses each layer using heat onto a wood panel. Anne grew up in Fairfax, VA, and has a background in Communications and Art.
After a career in arts marketing, she followed her long-time passion for painting contemporary landscapes. Her love of encaustic painting (a combination of beeswax, natural resin, and pigment) began in 2016, when she discovered the medium’s ability to add a lush luminescent quality and unique texture to her nature-themed paintings.
Her work can be found in international art competitions and solo and group exhibits, as well as public and private collections around the world, including the permanent collection of the Encaustic Museum of Art in New Mexico. Gallery representation includes Touchstone Gallery, Washington DC; District Arts, Frederick, MD; Allure Art Center, White Stone, VA; and Gallery 75 at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA. Anne teaches encaustic painting from her studio in Purcellville, Virginia.