Tammy Kushnir has been an artist her whole life. She finds her passion in her creations. She originally studied art history at Temple University, instead she decided to stay home with her children and raise them shortly after getting married. While staying home with them, she discovered a love of mixed media art. Having only drawn her whole life, working with various objects to create keepsake boxes and book art was an amazing challenge and helped get her into many publications and write two crafts books. As her boys got older, she began going back to drawing and introducing painting to her palette as she created digital art. In 2017, she got serious about painting after visiting Alaska. Painting mainly animals, she has now expanded that to abstract landscapes vacillating from dark to light. While working mainly in acrylics, she also enjoys going back to the roots of mixed media, incorporating, ink, colored pencils, modeling paste, and other textures into some of her creations. Her artwork has won awards and has been seen in various brick-and-mortar and online gallery shows. She resides in Chalfont, PA with her husband and two sons.
Tammy’s work is represented in Arizona by Wilde Meyer Galleries. Click on any piece to enlarge it.