Carol Tarzier

  • Morro Bay, Quiet Evening, by Carol Tarzier
    Morro Bay, Quiet Evening
    S486
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 14 x 11 / $1,550 / $175
  • Baja Sunset, by Carol Tarzier
    Baja Sunset
    S487
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 11 x 8 / $1,350 / $125
  • Storm Clouds, San Francisco Bay, by Carol Tarzier
    Storm Clouds, San Francisco Bay
    S488
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 12 x 9 / $1,350 / $125
  • Silver and Tangerines, by Carol Tarzier
    Silver and Tangerines
    S489
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 12 x 16 / $1,650 / $175
  • Tangerines and Transparent Blue, by Carol Tarzier
    Tangerines and Transparent Blue
    S490
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 16 x 12 / $1,650 / $175
  • Copper and Onions, by Carol Tarzier
    Copper and Onions
    S491
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 16 x 12 / $1,350 / $125
  • Lemons with Glass, by Carol Tarzier
    Lemons with Glass, by Carol Tarzier
    S492
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 14 x 11 / $1,350 / $125
  • Lemons with Silver, by Carol Tarzier
    Lemons with Silver, by Carol Tarzier
    S493
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas / 14 x 11 / $1,350 / $125
  • Tangerines with Copper and Green, by Carol Tarzier
    Tangerines with Copper and Green
    S496
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 16 x 12 / $1,650 / $175
  • Study in Turquoise, by Carol Tarzier
    Study in Turquoise
    S494
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 8 x 6 / $675 / $100
  • Copper with Cherries, by Carol Tarzier
    Copper with Cherries
    S495
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 14 x 11 / $1,350 / $125
  • Tangerines with Copper and Green, by Carol Tarzier
    Tangerines with Copper and Green
    S496
    Carol Tarzier
    Oil on Canvas Panel / 16 x 12 / $1,650 / $175

 

About Carol Tarzier

Carol Tarzier is a Bay Area painter and sculptor. Her sculpture career began in 1993, a few years after arriving in the Bay Area, with figurative and abstract work in bronze. Awards for sculpture include the John Cavanaugh Memorial Award for Figurative Sculpture, numerous awards from the National Sculpture Society including the Roger T. Williams Prize, Alex J. Ettl Grant, Gold Medal, Maurice B. Hexter Prize, and the Bosque Conservatory Art Council’s Silver Medal.

From 1998 though 2002, she focused on commissioned sculptures, with a 7’ bronze memorial to C.L. Dellums, which was unveiled at the C.L. Dellums Amtrak station in Oakland in December of 1999, as well as a life-size memorial to George Hasslein, Dean of the College of Architecture, at CalPoly State University in San Luis Obispo. Over the last years she returned to her first love, oil painting: creating light with color and value.

She has received numerous awards at plein air events. Her paintings have been represented in national shows, including California Art Club’s Gold Medal over the last six years, the Salon International at the Greenhouse Gallery in Texas, and the Haggin Museum in Stockton.

“Painting is the place I feel the most truthful and most conscious; for me it is at once exhilarating, taxing, and energizing. I grow with the process of painting.” She loves teaching painting and helping students develop perception of light and color.

www.tarzier.com

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