Tammy Medlin – March 2017
The expressive brushwork that exemplifies Tammy Medlin’s paintings is ever present in her new exhibit, Town and Country
On exhibit from March 1 through March 31
Tammy Medlin was born in Denver, Colorado and currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband and two children. Tammy received a B.A. In Kinesiology from the University of Northern Colorado. She is a member of the Oil Painters of America and an exhibiting member at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery. Tammy works out of her home studio on James Island surrounded by beautiful light and grand live oaks, but the real inspiration is the great outdoors. “The spontaneity of creating out in the elements (en plein air) provides me an unfussy, fresh representation. I can focus on capturing the light and the moment, rather than obsessing in details.” As an avid traveler, the adventure and imagery Tammy collects from her travels are a great source of inspiration and expression.
Tammy’s exhibit, Town and Country, is a journey of place: the nostalgic, the forgotten, the favorite place. Observe the bustling energy of the county fair in “Fair Weather,” or the moody afternoon skies in “Days Gone By.” From open fields, to streets, markets and marshes, the viewer is transported to another place, one of reflection and connection.
An opening reception is planned for
Friday, March 3, 2017
5pm to 8pm
Charleston Artist Guild Gallery
160 East Bay Street, Charleston, S.C. 29401
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