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New England Wax


Fountain Street

Fine Art

-at Harrison Avenue, Boston​

Upcoming last Artist Friend Members Show

​September 6-November 17, 2017


​Fuller  Craft Museum will exhibit New England Wax Association! Two of my "diptychs" will be included in the exhibit.

​SHIFTS: Approaching Encaustic from All Angles

September 30, 2017 - November 26, 2017 . More information will follow.

SHIFTS is a juried exhibition of New England Wax, a lively and growing professional organization that connects artists in the six New England states who work in the medium of encaustic media. N.E.W. provides opportunities to exhibit, share technical information and aesthetic ideas, and build friendships with other artists. The mission of the organization is to promote excellence in fine art made with encaustic, educate the general public about the medium, and increase interest in encaustic in the art world. The exhibition will be juried by Ben Shattuck, lead curator at Dedee Shattuck Gallery in Westport, MA.


20 x 30 inches 

Encaustic and mixed media on panel.

I love working in the round. 

Thaw, Encaustic, sand, gold leaf on panel, 10 x 22 inches each. (Partial image shown.)

English landscapes and Pearson's Point, Maine. Encaustic and mixed media, 12 x 12 inches each.

Pamela Dorris DeJong Fine Art

Images Promote Healing

Photos of the Artists Reception at Highfield Hall courtesy of Larry DeJong. 

Healing Series, details. Mixed media with encaustic and gold leaf. 24 x 36 inches each.

Images can promote healing by creating a calm or energetic visual experience that creates a mood.

We can heal ourselves with focused thought and energy.

We can heal, protect and preserve our environment, thereby healing, protecting and preserving ourselves.