From Tarryn Soderberg, Director of Tarryn Teresa Gallery:
 
After two-and-a-half years of solo and group exhibits at Tarrryn Teresa Gallery, I have decided to take the gallery in a new and exciting direction. Along with our program of inventive and challenging exhibits, the gallery has organized a couple of public art displays. I have found these installations to be quite rewarding. Public art plays an important part in the art world and uniquely enhances the daily experience of those who encounter it. Our first experience with public art, Lights on LA, was wonderful. Working with over 250 local artists for one exhibit proved to be a lot of work, but it was well worth it. 
 
For the time being, I will be shifting focus completely to public art installations. We will not be hosting any shows in our gallery space indefinitely. The current space will be used as headquarters for the development and planning of a full slate of public art projects. This leads me to some sadder news: I will no longer be keeping full- and part-time staff  in Los Angeles. Elizabeth Williams will remain on staff until the end of December. She has been with Tarryn Teresa Gallery since the beginning and will be staying in the arts industry in some capacity.
 
I will, however, coordinate occasional group/solo exhibits at satellite locations. These events will be by invitation-only. If you would like to be notified of these events, please email us at info@tarrynteresa.com to be added to the invite list. Please put "invite list" in the subject line.
 
Lights On... will take place in San Francisco next. There has been an enormous response and a lot of interest in Lights On...  project and hopefully it will continue to grow.  Please stay connected to us through Facebook and our website to learn about all the upcoming public installations.
 
It has been wonderful exhibiting in a gallery space and I will miss the day-to-day experiences. However, I feel this growth is necessary and I am eager to embrace the challenges that come with public art displays.  
 
There will not be regular hours at the gallery, but I will be available by appointment. The contact information will remain the same.
 
I hope to continue to receive the support of the community and to make a difference in an area I have just started to explore.
 
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions at all.
 
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Tarryn Soderberg

                    Contact us at info@tarrynteresa.com for further information.