Tamara Scott is originally from Oklahoma, studied at the Art Institute of Dallas, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Tulsa Junior College, the Spruill Center for the Arts, and Marc Adams School of Woodworking. Her career started out as a Graphic Artist and Illustrator expanding her focus on painting, portraiture, woodcarving, old masters reproductions, silversmithing, mixed media, beadwork, as well as bronze and silver clay. Tamara is a certified Art Clay silver instructor and has been a professional artist and teacher for over 20 years.
She has collaborated with her father, Ron Fleming. Ron is a professional painter and sculpterer working in wood and crystal. The vessel “Complicata” was displayed at the 2009 SOFA Chicago show. “Rainbird” was exhibited at the “Spirit of the Southwest Special Exhibit” June 2009 at the AAW's Albuquerque Symposium.
Tamara is currently focused on painting, woodcarving and beadwork as her medium with an emphasis on mixed media. She is designing beadwork patterns specializing in bead weaving techniques, providing clear, comprehensive instructions, graphics and text. When she is not teaching, Tamara is designing and creating artwork in her studio in Atlanta, Georgia.
5650 Manuel Place Sugar Hill, Ga 30518
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