Joanne Tarlin is an American abstract painter known internationally for her sophisticated use of color and ability to create dynamic yet subtle works. Joanne trained in industrial and graphic design and painting, and she studied color technique under Willem de Kooning. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Otis Art Institute, then a division of Parsons School of Design. At the de Cordova and Danforth Museum schools, Joanne trained in sculpture and painting.
oanne’s work is in private and corporate collections. MathWorks acquired a piece to commemorate its twenty-fifth anniversary. Her solo exhibitions include Water and Peace at Bentley College, Waltham, MA and Beyond our Realm at The Danforth Museum School Gallery, Framingham, MA. Joanne has also exhibited in numerous juried shows including the National Arts Club, NYC; The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL; and The Juarez Arts Gallery, San Miguell deAllende, Mexico.…Read More
2008 Sculpting, DeCordova School of Art, Lincoln, MA
2003- 2006 Advanced oil painting, Danforth Museum of Art School, Framingham, MA
1998 Collage, DeCordova School of Art, Lincoln, MA
1986 Bachelor of Fine Arts, The Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, a division of the New School for Social Research, Los Angeles
1983 Oil painting, Framingham State College
1981-1983 Industrial and environmental design studies, the University of Bridgeport…Read More