The Tacoma Art Museum recently opened a new exhibit of works by Seattle-based artist Camille Patha – and it’s definitely worth a visit.
Camille has been creating art for more than 60 years with a tireless, inventive spirit and an endless appetite for experimentation. The forced isolation of the pandemic birthed a new and exciting body of work that includes paintings, pastels, mixed media and sculpture.
Camille Patha. The True Bedroom Rose, 2020. Acrylic on board, 11½ 11½ in.
The current exhibition, which opened just a few weeks ago, extends the conversation that Camille began with her popular 2014 retrospective at TAM. She has created 50 new pieces for this exhibition, entitled “Camille Patha: Passion, Pleasure, Power.” The show runs through September 3rd. You don’t want to miss it.
The Tacoma Art Museum is located at 1701 Pacific Avenue in downtown Tacoma. Parking is conveniently located behind the museum.
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