Fall is the season that shines in New England. The cool, crisp days were promised to us in the heat and humidity of August. Fall is our long lost friend, it embraces you to feel like home. I love working on Aquabord because it gives a modern edge to water mediums. This piece was made with watercolor, acrylic paint, and pen on a cradled Aquabord panel. It comes ready to hang. 

- Tamara Gonda

Long Lost Friend

watercolor, acrylics and pen on Aquabord

Signed on front

18" h x 24" w x 2" d
4 lbs. 3 oz.



Tamara Gonda
Pepperell, Massachusetts

Getting to Know Tamara

Inspired by the long lingering sunsets of humid mid-atlantic summers and the soft greens of New Hampshire and Vermont, Tamara Gonda’s artwork is uniquely American abstraction. With an MFA from Cornell University and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, Tamara produces vibrant Color Field and Abstract Expressionist works. Her art reflects an appreciation of the many different American places she has experienced, as reinterpreted experiences for the viewer.