C. L. Dellums Unveiling, 1999

A photo of the unveiling of the sculpture of C. L. Dellums at the Oakland Jack London Square Amtrak station.

The Boxer

An early bronze portrait with a high-polish finish.

Old Man

This portrait was done in water-based clay, and cast into black plaster.

Tall Nude

Abstracted Figuration - a gestural expression, originally in plastalina and cast into bronze.

Venus, Seated

A high-polish bronze with an opaque stone finish.

Pescadero Beach Sunset

The sunsets over the Pacific in Baja are amazing. This is a palette knife painting.

Blue Bandana

A demonstration sketch from my Portrait class at Studio One Art Center in Oakland.

Figures in Bronze/ Abstract Sculpture/ Drawing/ Painting in Oil

Carol Tarzier’s focus is figurative work in bronze and painting in oil, with ventures into abstract sculpture and pastel drawings on black Arches paper.  Her work has been shown in numerous national exhibitions and has earned national awards.  Solo exhibitions in California and Nevada date back a decade.  She teaches at the Academy of Art University and at Studio One Art Center in Oakland.