Tammy Penn

associate member

I’ve had always felt a bond with animals and aimed to recreate that feeling with my art. Drawing on a variety of life experiences such as time spent riding cutting horses and hunting with hawks and falcons as a Master Falconer, I’m continually inspired. I have developed my own signature style utilizing different techniques and mediums to create unique pieces representing our interconnectedness with animals and capturing not only their images, but also their spirits. My creativity comes from exploring the strengths of each medium I work in – the freedom and spontaneity of raku fired clay, the strength and precision of bronze, the luminosity and intrigue of crystal – and complementing their weaknesses with the strengths of the others. My work has been featured in Western Art and Architecture, Western Art Collector and Cowboy’s and Indians editorial section. My work is found in private, corporate and museum collections in the US, Europe and Japan.

associate member

Tammy Penn

I’ve had always felt a bond with animals and aimed to recreate that feeling with my art. Drawing on a variety of life experiences such as time spent riding cutting horses and hunting with hawks and falcons as a Master Falconer, I’m continually inspired. I have developed my own signature style utilizing different techniques and mediums to create unique pieces representing our interconnectedness with animals and capturing not only their images, but also their spirits. My creativity comes from exploring the strengths of each medium I work in – the freedom and spontaneity of raku fired clay, the strength and precision of bronze, the luminosity and intrigue of crystal – and complementing their weaknesses with the strengths of the others. My work has been featured in Western Art and Architecture, Western Art Collector and Cowboy’s and Indians editorial section. My work is found in private, corporate and museum collections in the US, Europe and Japan.