Jane Tarlow was raised in Brockton, Massachusetts. She has been working at Gateway Arts since February of 1996.
Tarlow remembers enjoying drawing ever since early childhood. When she began working at Gateway, Tarlow was primarily a decorative craft artist. Since then Tarlow has spent considerable time focusing more on fine art. Tarlow’s work deals with the themes of nature, human relationships, and emotional conflict, and her “Roots” series explores the connections between the past and the present.
Tarlow’s work has been in many exhibitions at The Gateway Gallery, and she has also shown her work at the Lincoln Gallery at Beaver County Day School, Chestnut Hill, MA, The Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA, and The Sherrill House, Boston, MA. She also contributed to an art/fashion show at Avalon, Boston, MA, and participated in Brookline Open Studios, Brookline, MA.
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I used to paint just flowers and pretty things, and then I went into the Frida Kahlo painful art.
I didn’t really come out of my shell until I came here. I feel like I’ve made a lot of progress. I just feel really lucky.