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Tamar Rudavsky - Walnut Creek

Tamar Rudavsky - Walnut Creek

Tamar Rudavsky - Whetstone Prairie

Tamar Rudavsky - Whetstone Prairie

Tamar Rudavsky - Scioto Tree

Tamar Rudavsky - Scioto Tree

Tamar Rudavsky - Backyard Peonies

Tamar Rudavsky - Backyard Peonies

Tamar Rudavsky - Overlooking Tomales Bay

Tamar Rudavsky - Overlooking Tomales Bay

Tamar Rudavsky - Cowsnips at the Prairie

Tamar Rudavsky - Cowsnips at the Prairie

Tamar Rudavsky - Rays of Hope

Tamar Rudavsky - Rays of Hope

Tamar Rudavsky - Autumn Reeds

Tamar Rudavsky - Autumn Reeds

Tamar Rudavsky - Gotta Love the Golden Hour

Tamar Rudavsky - Gotta Love the Golden Hour

Tamar Rudavsky - Olentangy Sunset

Tamar Rudavsky - Olentangy Sunset

Tamar Rudavsky - Olentangy in Snow

Tamar Rudavsky - Olentangy in Snow

Tamar Rudavsky - Blush of Blue in Ohio

Tamar Rudavsky - Blush of Blue in Ohio

                                                     

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Tamar Rudavsky's

OFFICIAL WEBSITE  

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By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary American landscape painter Tamar Rudavsky (born 1951 in Brooklyn, New York). 

 

Tamar has a flourishing career as a professional philosopher -- her research in medieval philosophy has yielded notable publications, and her teaching at Ohio State is ongoing. In 2004 she embarked upon yet another quest (the classic mid-life crisis?), learning how to draw and paint, and signed up for adult classes at the Cultural Arts Center (Columbus OH) and CCAD. In addition, she has been fortunate to study with some of the finest teachers, having taken classes and workshops with Chuck Marshall, Marc Hanson, Michael McEwan, Fred Fochtman, John Cosby, along with long-time plein-air teachers Joe Lombardo, and most recently, Mary Jane  Ward

 

Painting is now indispensable, and enhances Tamar's

 'professional life'; the two go hand in hand. She has been fortunate to be able to travel overseas fairly often for conferences, and has used those opportunities to paint, most recently in Provence, Brussels, Amsterdam, Jerusalem and Greece

 

Professional memberships include Ohio Plein Air Society (OPAS -- membership secretary & trustee) and Central Ohio Plein Air (COPA). Her paintings hang at Turner Studio and Gallery, as well as in occasional shows and private collections.

 

Juried Area Exhibitions

 

  • High Road Gallery, Worthington OH Juried show of teachers/students, one work accepted      

  • Ohio Plein Air Society Juried Member Exhibition 2014, Springfield Museum of Art"Ohio Prairies: A Year in the Life":  two works  accepted

  • Cultural Arts Center Faculty/Student juried exhibit, June 2016, one work accepted

  • Ohio Plein Air Society Juried Member Exhibition 2016, Springfield Museum of Art"PARKS", one work accepted

  • Studios on High: "Hit the Hop" October, 2016, one work accepted

 

Group Shows

  • Turner Studio & Gallery, Annual Holiday Show December 2016

  • Turner Studio & Gallery, Columbus, several paintings May - June 2016; November 2016

  • Turner Studio & Gallery, Annual  Holiday Show November 2015

  • Turner Studio & Gallery, Annual  Holiday Show November 2014

Tamar's Blog


http://tmrudavskyart.com/blog 

Gallery #441B

    December 6, 2016

Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist

                  Tamar Rudavsky (Born 1951)

               ARTIST'S STATEMENT
 

"Philosophers talk often about the 'essential nature" of things. Artists are also concerned with, and  try to capture, the "essence" of what they are seeing, within the context of the inexorable flow of time. Painting, and in particular painting "en plein-air," is a way of experiencing this flow. Time. Place. Space -- all interacting.

Painting, both plein air and studio, allows for a high level of meditative awareness, and a studied appreciation of the outdoors.”