Tamara McLean (b. 1970 in the United States of America; lives and works in Madison, WI) is a multidisciplinary artist and graphic and web design instructor best known for large-scale environmental graphic design installations. Her current practice connects people with places to create an informed contemporary dialogue about the past and present. 
McLean is a recipient of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design Master of Arts Graphic and Web Design Merit Scholarship, IIDA Showroom and Large Booth Design Competition at NeoCon, AAF American Advertising Award Judge’s Choice Award, and multiple AAF American Advertising Award Golds and Silvers. Her work is in the permanent collection of The Neville Public Museum and numerous corporate and private collections. She has exhibited regionally, including exhibitions at Evolving Graphic Design Symposium and SECAC Watershed. Tamara McLean obtained her Bachelor’s of Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, a Master of Art from Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Building on her installation work, McLean creates experiences that inform and entertain in galleries, museums, public spaces, and commercial interiors.
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