Artists

Plein Air Impressions of Lake Tahoe by Lois Loveless

July 31, 2016
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Lois Loveless of South Lake Tahoe has been capturing the beauty of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada in watercolor and pastels since she moved to Tahoe in 1994. Lately pastels have been her choice of medium for her plein air impressions, like Sand Harbor shown here. A selection of Lois’s paintings will be displayed […]

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West African Drumming with Liz Broscoe

July 11, 2016
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From ancient times through modern day, it’s one woman’s journey on the drum. Learn how to play in a drum circle with Liz Broscoe. […]

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Tahoe Landscapes in Oil with David Russo

July 6, 2016
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While he left this physical planet in June 2015 at 90 years young, Dave will forever live as a legend and one of Tahoe’s finest artists who shared his passion of expression through his eloquent paintings, and Tahoe Art League plein air outings. Out of 300,000 boys, he was selected as the “Boy of the […]

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Jump! by Sara Zimmerman selected as TAMC Sticker #2

June 30, 2016
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It’s worth a 1,000 words. And speaks volumes about our life in Tahoe and Truckee. Once again Sara has captured the playfulness of life in her latest painting Jump! that has been selected as the TAMC Collectible Sticker #2 to be released in July. […]

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Water Colorist Kate Aubrey

May 31, 2016
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Kate Aubrey has been a devoted water colorist for the last 33 years and has recently expanded into multimedia works, including combinations of watercolor with gouache, pen and ink and/or pastels. Having lived in Colorado, Alaska and northern Nevada she especially enjoys working out in nature creating plein air landscape paintings. […]

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Life at the Lake by Lauren Sannazzaro

May 30, 2016
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As a native of South Lake Tahoe and thriving young artist, she provides a refreshing perspective of life at Lake Tahoe such as her delightful depiction of Fannette Island and Emerald Bay. Lauren Sannazzaro started drawing at age fifteen as a form of escapism creating colorfully detailed abstract designs. With an insatiable desire to learn […]

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Photographer Elizabeth Carmel The Changing Range of Light

May 29, 2016
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Elizabeth Carmel’s, The Changing Range of Light: Portraits of the Sierra Nevada, combines the author’s remarkable landscape photography with important information about how the depicted landscapes are threatened by climate change.  […]

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Nature’s Splendor by Lucy Allyson Isbell

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Lucy Allyson Isbell has been in love with Lake Tahoe since her parents moved here over forty years ago. A few years later she started studying photography and spent many happy hours in the darkroom. […]

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Thaleia Georgiades

May 25, 2016
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A true mountain woman, Ms. Thaleia Georgiades has a home and artist’s studio near the crest of the High Sierra Mountains. Many of her students have delighted in the experience of her classes and the beautiful views from her studio. Being a horse woman she enjoys being able to ride into the mountains to camp, […]

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Chris Talbot Photography

May 23, 2016
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As a Tahoe based travel-resort-landscape-wedding photographer, Chris Talbot has been aiming his lenses at beautiful subject matter for more than twenty years. He has traveled to over 29 countries and spends three months of the year based out of Saigon, Vietnam. […]

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Constructivist Sculpture by Elaine Jason

May 20, 2016
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Her sculptures are constructions that relate to architecture. “Structural forms have always fascinated me,” says Elaine Jason of Tahoe City, “whether they are structures in nature, such as the cellular forms of butterfly wings as seen through a microscope…or the architectural things that man has made.” […]

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Sculpted Photographs by Matt Dodge, Snowboard Pioneer

May 12, 2016
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Snowboard pioneer and former world champion, Matt Dodge, uses adrenalin to fuel his imagery.  He calls his one-of-a-kind creations sculpted photographs, that help him interpret Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada. Matt’s work will be the featured art exhibit gracing the walls of Soule Domain May through July following his artist reception Wednesday, May 16th […]

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