Lorraine Tady is an artist living and working in Dallas, TX; and Associate Professor of Instruction at University of Texas at Dallas. She has been represented by the Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX, since 1994, with seven solo shows of her paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture. The Dallas Museum of Art granted her the Kimbrough Award in 1993; and the Dozier Travel Grant in 2015 (for travel and exhibition at Islensk Grafik, Reykjavik, Iceland.) The 2010 Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Grant assisted her solo exhibition at The Painting Center Project Room, New York, NY.
Her work was recently included in The Adjacent Possible at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, Williamsburg, VA; Texas Women: A New History of Abstract Art, San Antonio Museum of Art, TX (catalog); Plugged-in Paintings, Site 131, Dallas, TX; and (scheduled for October 2020) MULTILAYER – Vision 2020, at Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst, Soest, Germany. One of 33 artists included in the publication Texas Abstract: Modern + Contemporary (Fresco Books, 2015), she has also been selected for the New American Painting Juried publications (2017, 2003.) Her work resides in private and public collections, namely American Airlines, JP Morgan Chase, Toyota, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.