CV & Bio

Education

2013 – MS, Environmental Science, University of Colorado @ Denver

2011 – MFA, Painting, Colorado State University

2007 – BA, Fine Art, University of Colorado @ Denver

1992 – AS, Biology, Hagerstown Junior College

Solo Exhibitions

2020 – We Want Our View, Telluride Arts HQ, Telluride, CO

2019 – Domesticates, 610 Arts Collective, Ridgway, CO

2019 – We Want Our View, 610 Arts Collective, Ridgway, CO

2018 – The Sneaky Marmot Returns, 610 Arts Collective, Ridgway, CO

2016 – We Want Our View, Artisan Framing, Fort Collins, CO

2014 – Exposing the Sneaky Marmot, Loveland Museum and Gallery, Loveland, CO

2013 – Exposing the Sneaky Marmot, Dean’s Gallery, University of Colorado, Denver, CO

2013 – Exposing the Sneaky Marmot: Misperception, Futility, and the Illusion of Control, NEXT Gallery, Denver, CO

Group Exhibitions

2016 – Nkisi Project, 965 Gallery at the Center for Visual Arts, Denver, CO​

2015 – Cluster – invitational group exhibition, Ice Cube Gallery, Denver, CO

2015 – Denver Artists @ The Armory, Brighton, CO

2014 – Nkisi Project Collaborative – part of exhibition Ingrained, Ice Cube Gallery, Denver, CO

2014 – The Collaborative Show, NEXT Gallery, Denver, CO

2013 – Habitat – Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN

2013 – Truth or Dare: Folklore and Mythologies – NEXT Gallery, Denver, CO

2011 – Collaborations and Cage Fights – A Group 3759 Project, Pirate Contemporary Art, Denver, CO

2011 – MFA Thesis Exhibition, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

Bibliography

2016 – Ruminate, Nowhere Near, Issue 40, Fall

2015 – Colorado Life Magazine, Marmots are not what they seem, Matt Masich, May/June

2014 – Loveland Reporter Herald, Marmots sneak into paintings by Tammi Brazee, Kenneth Jessen, March 18

2014 – Longmont Times-Call, Artist wants viewers to see selves in ‘Marmots’ exhibit, Quentin Young, February 27

Bio

While the hint of a Yankee accent reveals Maryland roots, Colorado has been Tammi Brazee’s home for nearly two decades. She is professional artist and science geek, holding two graduate degrees, one in environmental science and the other in visual art. This unusual combination of interests has had a profound influence on Brazee’s work, keeping it suspended somewhere between recognizable reality and imaginary narrative. When she’s not in the studio pondering the relationship between things and slinging paint, she can be found wandering along a mountain trail, guidebook, binoculars and magnifying glass in hand, conversing with creatures met along the way.