ALL ABOUT WOMEN 2022
Fine Arts Exhibition
July 24 - October 1, 2022
JUROR: CAROL TARZIER.
Carol Tarzier’s focus is figurative work in bronze and painting in oil, with ventures into abstract sculpture and pastel drawings on black Arches. Her work has been shown in numerous national exhibitions and has earned national awards. Solo exhibitions in California and Nevada date back a decade. She taught for many years for the Academy of Art University and currently teaches Landscape and Figure for Rossmoor Art Association in Walnut Creek. https://www.caroltarzier.com/
Nina Katz - Nude 2
Cheng Li - A Girl Who Loves Reading
Linda McCord - On the Mend
Adriane Dedic - Interiors
Daniel Finaldi - Naomi in her backyard hot summer afternoon
Maryam Haghi - Confounded
The Artist Hines - St. Artemisia's Revenge
Eloise Larson - Immeasurable
Sandi Ludescher - Life Will Be Better, Someday
Brian McBean - Nice Day at the Beach
Barbara McLain - Pivotable Moment
Paul Reiber - Thou Shall Not Destroy Hope
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Said the Fortune Teller With a Sigh
collage on wood panel. image & lettering harvested from vintage housekeeping magazines.
8 in x 8 in x .75 in
Black & White image of nude woman on a tree in the woods
16 in x 20 in x 1 in
Acrylic on Birch Board
48 in x 24 in x 1.5 in
Oil on linen panel
9 in x 12 in x 1 in
Redwood City, CA
Oda and the Girls
Archival Inkjet Photograph
Oda and her chickens, Mykines, Faroe Islands
20 in x 16 in x 0 in
Long Beach, CA
Gouache on Chipboard
Overwhelmed is an ongoing series exploring outward and inward expressions of stress. The series started in the weeks leading up to COVID, as my community became suffocated by the sociopolitical state. These portraits are an exercise in vulnerability, showing the sitter consumed by their thoughts.
5.5 in x 4 in x .0625 in
Acrylic and Spray Paint on Wood Panel
36 in x 36 in x 2 in
Putting Out Fires
Acrylic and Ink on Paper
16 in x 11 in x 0 in
San Anselmo, CA
Cultivating the Yin
20 in x 16 in x 1 in
Little Girl Torn
Sculptured paper with Ink tint
She looks somewhere downward with a distant gaze, her mouth slightly agape in despair. Having have shed so many tears it's left a trail from one eye, washing the fine film of dust on her cheek. World she didn't choose as in so many native communities, is tearing down and vanishing beneath her.
94.5 cm x 94.5 cm x 9 cm
Morgan Hill, CA
Over a century of women empowering women through the matrilineal tree of kinship and example.
16 in x 16 in x 0 in