Georgia Nassikas is an internationally recognized artist selected to represent the United States Art in Embassies program. Two of her large paintings are on exhibit in the historic Ambassador’s Residence at the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, Austria.

She mixes wax from her honeybee hives, damar crystals from fir trees, and color pigments from around the world to create her encaustic paintings. Her art explores contrast and beauty, balance and imbalance, often at the intersection of representational and abstract, through interplay of elemental forms, color, symmetry, and light.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Highfield Hall
art/science fellows
multimedia group exhibition

Providence Art Club
solo exhibition

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Highfield Hall
art/science fellows
multimedia group exhibition

Providence Art Club
solo exhibition

click here

Georgia Nassikas is an internationally recognized artist selected to represent the United States Art in Embassies program. Two of her large paintings are on exhibit in the historic Ambassador’s Residence at the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, Austria.

She mixes wax from her honeybee hives, damar crystals from fir trees, and color pigments from around the world to create her encaustic paintings. Her art explores contrast and beauty, balance and imbalance, often at the intersection of representational and abstract, through interplay of elemental forms, color, symmetry, and light.