Tarara believes in the Artisanal approach and continues that approach throughout many of our label designs. Tarara works closely with Whitie and Margaret’s daughter, Martha Hubert, who is a distinguished artist residing in San Francisco, California. Martha has studied throughout Europe and United States and has permanent collections at locations that include The Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress and the Corcoran, with international displays in countries including North Africa and Japan. Martha has distinguished our label with her complex and mesmerizing designs that reflect our wines' style. We proudly portray a different piece of Martha’s art for each vintage of Tarara wine. To learn more about Martha Hubert and her work visit: http://www.marthahubert.com/
For pricing of Martha’s artwork please also feel free to contact Tarara Winery.
Martha Hubert – Artist Statement
“My work is about balance. I'm concerned with the relationship between color, form and light. My inspiration comes from many directions; including architecture, nature and the spiritual. I find pleasure in the simplicity of sparse elements arranged with playfulness and meticulously embellished.
Making art gives me the opportunity to create a world that can be interpreted in many ways. I am especially interested in highly saturated color. For this reason, I mix my own pigments. I often work with opposites (curves and straight lines, rough and smooth surfaces, dark and bright colors). By combining color and form in a playful and balanced way, I hope to create a realm of amusing calm.”