PATH's mission includes helping Tam visual arts students participate in the artistic community by showing their work in Mill Valley and southern Marin.
Mill Valley Fall Arts FestivalSaturday and Sunday, September 14 and 15, from 10 am - 5 pmFor tickets and information, visit the website at Mill Valley Fall Arts FestivalBack for another year - the Tam High Visual Arts Department is thrilled to participate in the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival. Celebrating its 62nd year, this beloved community event supports both established and emerging artists through a beautiful two-day event in Old Mill Park. Tam High Visual Artist student work will be on display and staffed by student docents. Please stop by and say hello!Proceeds from the Fall Arts Festival support the Emerging Artist Scholarship Program. Every year scholarships are awarded directly to students who excel in the arts. Please see below for the 2017 award recipients.Two Tamalpais High seniors and two juniors were selected for the 2018 Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival Emerging Artists Scholarship for excellence in art.
Taylor Kibrick: "Within my art, I focus almost exclusively on line quality, especially when it comes to my block prints. Block printing exclusively captures such an intensity that no other medium can recreate that I use to my advantage to make a final piece really pop. In my work I aim to not only capture the beauty of nature but to portray it’s obscure and, at times, grotesque features as well. I try to bring my understanding of nature’s allure and savagery to all my art, especially in my current concentration on birds. I do this by showing the proof of processes and allowing simple physics to take control of either paint or ink."
Dean Weiler: "Many of my pieces center around gender and transitioning from female to male. The human body is a big center of focus in art, and trans bodies are a large focus for many people as well. Splicing the two together and normalizing a bodyout of the binary. Art has helped me throughout my whole life, with my depression and troubling family issues. I came out as transgender just before my freshman year of high school, and art has helped me work through emotions and issues I deal with. Art has helped me have a voice for things words could not convey."
Marley Constantine: "My favorite materials to work with are graphite and pastel but I also really like painting with acrylics. I am currently focusing on drawing people. We have so many expressions and postures through which we can convey emotion and I think we are fascinating to draw and paint. My concentration this year is on people and I chose my materials and colors to coordinate with the personality I am trying to bring through."
Maren Curtis: "I have been drawing since I was a very young and have a passion for drawing women. Most of my pieces are self portraits drawn with pen. I love designing clothes, so most of my girls are wearing detailed garments."