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I am inspired by natural imagery to create work that is beautiful and timeless; that is both familiar and mysterious at the same time; that evokes imagination, passion, and awe.  Through my art, I seek to uncover the deepest emotions in people and their interaction with the natural environment.


I studied art in college, and after a career in finance, I returned to my passion, sculpture.  I have worked in clay, wire mesh, bronze, and most recently, encaustic paint and paper sculpture.  Encaustic painting is an ancient Greek method that uses natural beeswaxes and damar resin.  The resin hardens the cooled wax and gives it a characteristic smooth, hard finish.  I paint on wood panels and include paper sculpture elements for added texture and depth.  My work has been exhibited in galleries and private collections in Westchester, Fairfield, and New York City. I am currently pursuing an MA in Art Therapy degree at New York University and working with adolescents and children.  Exhibitions and Publications list below. 

Author Frank Matheis captures the essence of my art in his recent essay for the Hammond Museum – “Tambe’s works are reminiscent of mandalas, as much as they are physical – botanical and floral. Or, sea anemone marine creatures; or an exploding star in the vastness of the universe. Her abstract works are portals into your own boundlessly infinite imagination. Her informed aesthetic consciousness expresses pure joy.”


Tel: 914-420-7563

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Exhibitions and Publications include:


  • 500 Raku (publication)

  • Art Buzz Collection (publication)

  • Art to the Avenue, Greenwich, CT

  • Arts Westchester, White Plains, NY

  • Audobon Artists 73rd Annual, New York, NY

  • Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers, NY

  • Clay Art Center, Portchester, NY

  • Clay Festival, NY, NY

  • Darien Nature Center, Darien, CT

  • Encaustic Arts Magazine (publication)

  • Flatiron Gallery, Peekskill, NY

  • Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT

  • Garden Education Center, Cos Cob, CT

  • Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY

  • Greenwich Art Society, Greenwich, CT

  • Hammond Gardens, North Salem, NY (both)

  • Howland Cultural Center, Beacon, NY

  • Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Larchmont, NY

  • National Encaustic Exhibition, Stamford, CT

  • New Century Artists, Inc., NY, NY

  • New Rochelle Library, New Rochelle, NY

  • One of a Kind NY Show at Pier 94, NY, NY

  • Pen and Brush Gallery, NY, NY

  • Rye Art Gallery, Rye, NY

  • Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY

  • Stone Barns Agriculture Center, Pocantico Hills, N

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