Based in Tucson, Arizona, Tamara Scott Anderson has been working as an artist for over 30 years. She always has had a passion for fabrics and textures, which led her to develop her own distinctive form of weaving fabrics into a structure of hardware cloth. With contemplative intention, she brings together a blend of weaving, stitching, and beading to create her unique 3-dimensional textile wall sculptures. Images include impressionistic desert landscapes, desert flowers and, most recently, the Street series, which are made from reclaimed fabrics and materials found on the streets. Her work moves fiber art from traditional craft in to the world of 3 dimensional fiber sculptures.