Darlene Farr (b. 1945)

Mid-career artist Darlene Farr has a passion for fashion. Seriously. The main thrust of her work is a continuing exploration of feminine couture. In fibers, painting and drawing, Farr is continually exploring the dress as form. With an amazing color sense, she’s also a terrific abstract painter.

// Darlene’s available work //

recent exhibition history

The Witnesses // organized by Cliff Hengst and Scott Hewicker NIAD Art Center 2017

Mayor Tom Butt Selects The Art Of NIAD// Richmond Mayor’s Suite Richmond 2017

Curious Weave // organized by Ramekon O’Arwisters NIAD Art Center 2016

Hanging By A Thread // organized by Katie Johnson Yali’s Café Stanley Hall Berkeley 2016

We Can Do It! // Hurwich Library, Alliant University San Francisco 2015

City In Motion // NIAD Art Center 2014

National Disability Awareness Month // Fenwick & West Law Offices San Francisco and Mountain View California 2014

The Wild Ones // Women’s Cancer Resource Center Oakland California 2014

Yes To The Dress Pop-Up Shop // organized by Peter Gravener NIAD Art Center 2013

A Light That Never Goes Out: Continuing Traditions In Abstraction // NIAD Art Center 2013