Tammy Grubbs

Exhibit

March 7 – April 26, 2019

SMAC Gallery

509 W Main Street, Marshall, MN 56258
(Mailing address: PO Box 55)

 

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"Love, Conflict & Grief" by Tammy Grubbs

Grubbs, a resident of Pipestone has produced and taught art for nearly 40 years. She explained her art history,” I have done numerous art shows, solo exhibits and won awards beginning with Houston First National Banks “Own your own art, show” in 1975. While I was working as The DC National Coalition for the Homeless resident artist, the Governor of South Dakota invited me to lead the Homeless and Hunger awareness campaign in Sioux Falls. 

With the connections I made during my stay through the campaign, I was hired to come back to the area as an artist to work with the Washington High School in Sioux Falls to create murals. I have painted murals at Fort Pipestone, Historic Calumet and Pipestone County Museum, painted signs, windows, sketched designs for landscaping, building remodels, numerous backdrops for various community groups, furniture and anything that I could to bring awareness to visual arts.” Grubbs has worked with the Pipestone Performing Arts Center creating murals for productions for 15 years, starting with the Sound of Music.

Tammy describes this exhibit as “a series of expressive figurative works in mixed media with an emphasis on oil that depict visual representations of our emotions, in the areas of love, conflict and grief.”

Grubbs is a 2017 Individual Artist – Developing grant recipient. 

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