Tamara Gonzales works with a variety of painted patterned motifs both in figuration and abstraction. Textiles and nature often inspire her works, while others are created through her own generative mark-making on paper or canvas. Over the last ten years Gonzales’ travels to Peru, and her visionary experiences and friendships with the Shipibo people have become a source of both inspiration and collaboration in her work. Working in her studio in Brooklyn and upstate New York, Gonzales develops her own visual language, resulting in a wonderful mixture of exuberant color, energetic line, and archetypal imagery.View CV
Tamara Gonzales Included in Two Shows Organized by the Brooklyn Rail
Tamara Gonzales Solo Show at County Gallery
Tamara Gonzales at Thomas Brambilla Gallery
Tamara Gonzales with Raymond Foye: New Social Environment #55
Painter Tamara Gonzales joins veteran host Raymond Foye for New Social Environment #55 to discuss the Brooklyn-based artist’s lyrical work, her free-spirited mother’s influence on her life, her experiences with protest and resistance in the 60s, and much more.
Tamara Gonzales: Horrible Beauty
Tamara Gonzales’ show Horrible Beauty was reviewed by Amanda Millet-Sorsa at The Brooklyn Rail. Millet-Sorsa discusses Tamara’s practice, influences, and her personal style. Horrible Beauty is in the main gallery at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery until October 23.
Tamara Gonzales Painting Newly Acquired by the San Antonio Museum of Art
Hawk Moth, a mixed-media painting by Tamara Gonzales, was recently acquired by the San Antonio Museum of Art through the Alex Katz Foundation.
Tamara Gonzales’ show “Cosmic Recess” at Providence College Galleries Reviewed by the Boston Art Review
A review of Tamra Gonzales’ show at Providence College Galleries “Cosmic Recess” was reviewed by Leah Triplett Harrington for the Boston Art Review.
Tamara Gonzales | New York Studio School
Tamara Gonzales’ lecture at the New York Studio School was about her life as an artist working and her studio practice.
Tamara Gonzales, Peter Lamborn Wilson
Hoodoo Metaphysics, 2019
144 page full color, soft cover book. Poems by Peter Lamborn Wilson and Drawings by Tamara Gonzales.