Gallery 263 Members’ Exhibition

About 2022’s Gallery 263 Annual Members’ Exhibition, Tamar sent in this blurb:

“I am a printmaker, sculptor and installation artist. I am currently involved in Gelatin Plate Printmaking, creating luminous multi-layered abstract imonotypes. Using found and recycled objects and plant material as tools, I build translucent textural layers creating complex imagery.”

The opening reception was on December 2, 2022. Gallery 263 is at 263 Pearl Street, Cambridge. The show ran through December 17.

Tamar had work in the Member Exhibition at Mosesian Arts in Watertown, Massachusetts, including the featured image on their public announcement, a print called Radius.

Tamar was one of the featured artists in Gallery 263’s 10th Annual Members’ Exhibition. See the image below.

“Eclipse” 26″x29″ Monotype $400.00

Check out Tamar’s work at Gallery Twist, which was on display during June, 2021.

The Harlow Gallery’s “ART2021”

The Harlow (100 Water St, Hallowell, Maine) presented ART2021, their 26th Annual Juried Show, from April 23 to May 29, 2021.

81 works of art by 75 artists — including Tamar Etingen — were selected by juror Barbara Sullivan to be included. Sullivan is a painter/sculptor and installation artist living in Maine. Her relationship to the Maine artistic community is long and involved.

The Harlow thanks everyone who submitted to ART2021 and appreciates your continuing support. They congratulate all of the artists with work selected in the 26th Annual show.

Gallery 263 Members’ Exhibit

Gallery 263 re-opened to the public on September 17, 2020, with their 9th annual Members’ Exhibit, which featured two Gelatin Plate Monotypes by Tamar (shown here). Click here to access the official Gallery 263 site.

Group 1
Group 2

Waterfall Arts, Belfast, Maine USA

An open-call exhibition, “Milestones and Stepping Stones.”

Rhino, collage, 22″x30″

Gallery Twist

IMPRESSIONS printmaking group show (click for virtual tour) at Gallery Twist

Vortex, gelatin monoprint.

Check this page regularly to see Tamar’s contributions to the art world!