“Angie and TaraLee Airstream Pismo Beach” shows the exaggerated realism of Canadian acrylic painter TaraLee Guild. Guild’s work will be showcased at J GO Gallery during the Park City Gallery Association’s June gallery stroll. J GO Gallery is the first U.S. gallery to represent Guild.

J GO Gallery opens TaraLee Guild’s ‘Distorted Reflections’

TaraLee Guild, who lives just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia, is a new artist who will be represented by Park City’s J Go Gallery.
The painter and the gallery will open a new exhibit, “Distorted Reflections,” this Friday during the Park City Gallery Association June gallery stroll from 6-9 p.m. at the Rockwell Room, 268 Main St.
Gallery owner Jude Grenny said she is “enamored” of Guild’s works that include acrylic paintings of metal Airstream trailers, motorcycles and forests.
“They are beautifully executed, but more than that, they remind me of family vacations from my childhood,” Grenny said in an email to The Park Record. “That nostalgic reverie gets me thinking of memory, and how fickle it is. And then, while studying her work, it occurs to me that the distorted reflections in them are like a metaphor for memory and how it’s shaped by our own perspective.”
Guild, who won’t be able to make it to the exhibit opening, said she is looking forward to exhibiting her works in the United States.

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