Current Art & Photography Exhibitions
Tall Sequoia Gallery is Thrilled to Present….

By giving opportunities to Artists & Photographers to have their work showcased and promoted, we believe we are acting as good ambassadors of beauty and inspiration in this world. This may be just a small thing we do, but we trust that our work is important and that it makes a difference and brings a positive change!


ART & PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS


 

Summer & Flowers

Summer brings with it long days, sunshine, flowers and thunder storms! Summer smells of sun rays, of rain clouds, of horses and of fresh cut grass; it smells of barbecue and Pina coladas, sunscreen and watermelons, fresh strawberries…

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Artists of the World

Art is inseparable from life. Where there is life, there is art. Art has been with us through the ages, dark times, peaceful times, times of despair and times of happiness. Art has powers… Super powers…. It can make us smile, cry, laugh, be sad or happy…

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WE. WILL. WIN.

We are living in a difficult time. Some of us are fighting for our lives. Some – for the lives of their loved ones. But all of us are anxious because the future during COVID-19 outbreak that we are in the midst of is unknown…

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS


Munazzah Farhan

“My aim as an Artist is to give life to walls with color and vibrance. I love to describe my paintings with words, and use words to paint every single shade and stroke that itself tells a story that anyone can relate to. In my paintings I conceals a hidden message that I hope will help release stress and anxiety for those who own it.”

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Annette Back

“I create abstract or figurative paintings that tell a story and connect with people’s emotions. My interpretations of nature, shapes and figures are often achieved by transferring photos and text on a first layer, then painting over that with layers upon layers of transparent or opaque colors, lines, geometric shapes, textures, patterns, and shades. I use many different techniques and interesting color combinations to achieve my vision.”

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