Gail Tarantino (b. 1958) is a San Francisco Bay-area painter and photographer. Her works focus on thinking of ways to interpret language and its myriad meanings. Gail's work often begins with drafting short narratives or letters which she then translates into color and form. Though encoding and obfuscating her writing, Gail creates images that question the validity of interpretation.
Featured in Form Design Magazine, 2018
Exhibited at Sun Valley Center for the Arts, 2016
Reviewed in Artillery Magazine, 2015