leaf painting on a bench

Tammy Nara’s Art

Paint and Hike is the creative journey of Tammy Nara, a hiker-artist from Minnesota.

Her home gallery is Studio 321 in the Northrup King Building in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Shop online at Art-a-Whirl* or make an appointment to visit the studio.

*Art-a-Whirl is the online gallery hosted by NEMAA: Northeast Minneapolis Artists’ Association.


Tammy will be the guest artist at Studio 176 in Park Rapids, Minnesota in July. Contact them to check their hours or make an appointment to shop for art.

Zoom reception. Thanks to everyone who participated for being there!

The Poetry book with Tammy’s art on the cover is now available!

I’m honored to have my painting, “Flowerview: One of Each” on the cover of this book of poems. Click the picture to buy the book.

Tammy was part of the Red Wing Arts Poetry Art Collaboration in April 2020. In Summer 2020, she is part of the Red Wing Arts Plein Air Festival.


“It’s a Sign! Volunteer!” 25% of the proceeds from the sale of this image will go to the Superior Hiking Trail Association. Click the picture to learn more. The original is currently on display at Blaine City Hall in Blaine, Minnesota.

Sell Art Online

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A short tour of the studio and a summary of why I paint and hike.
Interview by Tiffany Besonen, Video production by David Nara.

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