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Tricia Talle

Mixed Media


Verge Center for the Arts
625 "S" street
2023 Open Studio:

About Tricia Talle

Tricia Talle is an artist, educator, farmer and activist. She enjoys exploring many mediums, so her work is not often identifiable. Her deep love of nature is a common theme in her work. Believing that water is “the lifeblood of the planet", it remains a strong inspiration for much of her art-making. As a participant in the Art Hotel 916 project, Talle took on the task of educating the public to the dangers of hydraulic fracturing. She floated clear acetate strips in a bathtub of tainted water, penned with the myriad of toxic chemicals, injected and dangerously close to drinking water by “Frackers”. She drew a US map, marking the million plus existing wells, state by state, along with the proposed future wells.

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