The world is a thing of utter inordinate complexity and richness and strangeness that is absolutely awesome.”

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Welcome to my website - I'm so glad you're here! 


Primarily a landscape artist, I seek to capture those light-filled moments where time seems to stand still. My paintings are considered intimate landscapes, inviting the viewer to step near and take a closer look. It is a privilege to share my love of nature with you through my paintings and I hope you enjoy visiting my online studio. 

Although creating my paintings is purely the work of my heart as my own raison d'être, I do offer some selected paintings available for sale, with profits donated to charity. 
Believing that
 anyone who truly appreciates original art should be able to afford it, I strive to keep those works very reasonably priced (most are under three hundred dollars), and may sometimes consider trades on a case-by-case basis. 

**Protecting our environment and animals in need is dear to my heart and an important part of who I am, so I donate 
the profits from all paintings sold to animal and environmental charities - a list of the charities I support is in the menu bar above. Most of my available unframed works are offered for free (except for shipping costs), as a thank you for donating to my supported charities, and I welcome inquiries about this.**

All my works are original hand painted artworks. I do not make prints of the available paintings, so each is a one-of-a-kind original.

Through the end of this year, my pastel paintings may be seen in person at Wake Forest Art and Frame and Kirby Cultural Arts Complex Main Gallery, and occasionally at my home studio by appointment on a case-by-case basis
. Please contact me for more information or if you have any questions. 

I would love to hear from you, so feel free to email me at tammy@tammykaufman.com
 Again, welcome to my website and I hope you have a beautiful day.
 
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"The Visitor"
© 2018 Tammy Kaufman
6" x 3" soft pastel on UArt 240