For Cambridge artist, Tammy Vitale, things that seem worn, torn or broken to most people are her treasures. She takes these cast offs and dreams up a new life for
them by refashioning them into something different and altogether new! Colorful collages and engaging mixed media art pieces come to life under her skilled and
creative hands. For March and April Tammy will be showing her collages and mixed media work along with pieces of her beadwork jewelry at the Main Street Gallery
where she will be a guest artist. alongside the work of the gallery’s nine member artists.
When asked about the creative spelling of wylde, Tammy explained that she was part of a coop gallery in Southern Maryland where the women artists called themselves “wylde women” to express their open and experimental approach to their art. Wild became wylde to differentiate the word from meanings that might come up in an online search.
When Wylde Women Dream will open on February 29 and run through April 28. Gallery hours are Thursdays through Sundays from 11-4pm through March and 11-5
starting in April. Two Second Saturday artist receptions are planned for March 9 and April13 from 5-8pm. Tammy will be giving a brief artist talk at 6 pm at the
April reception. Both receptions are free and all are welcome. Light refreshments will be served. The gallery asks that children under 18 be accompanied by an adult. Tammy will also be giving a fun, family friendly workshop on making tiny totems on Saturday March 2 from noon to 4 pm at the gallery. All are invited to attend.
Main Street Gallery is located at 518 Poplar St. in Cambridge, and is part of the vibrant Arts and Entertainment District. The gallery is currently reviewing work from prospective members and guest
artists. Please contact MSG through its website https://www.mainstgallery.net or by phoning 410-330-4659 if interested.