OUR STAFF

Tamara Clary Clark - Owner

Education Tamara received a BFA degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and received an Art Education certification from Meredith College.  Tamara has also attended numerous teaching workshops in Art Education, Decorative Finishing and Business Management.   


Background Tamara enjoyed several years as an Art Teacher for Wake County Public Schools, Mecklenburg County Public Schools and Charlottesville City Public Schools. Tamara taught children K - 12.  

In 1995, Tamara opened her own company, TC Artworks. From 1995 - 2016 Tamara worked with thousands of clients creating beautiful decorative finishes on ceilings, walls, floors & cabinetry for commercial & residential properties. Tamara also transformed over 53 commercial spaces serving as a commercial interior designer & contract manager.  


During the past 21 years Tamara has also taught children and adults in numerous Art workshops and Art camps.  

In 2016, Tamara opened TC ARTWORKS, an Art Camp for kids and teaching studio in North Raleigh.   "My first love is teaching Art. Art has transformed my own life. I felt a calling to bring the fulfillment and self-empowerment of creativity into the lives of others. Beyond the traditional "art school" setting that is often rigid and strict, I knew there was a huge need for a nurturing, encouraging, and a positive approach to artistic self-expression. I enjoy sharing my passion, knowledge and love of art with my students. Every day is a joy seeing the enthusiasm of my students." art lessons for kids in Raleigh, NC.

Lymari Moreno

We are  thrilled to have Ms. Lymari on our staff at TC ARTWORKS, Art Camp for Kids in Raleigh. 


Lymari Moreno is an artist, art teacher and face and body painter. 


Lymari is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a BFA in communication art. 


She is a North Carolina certified art and Spanish teacher. Lymari has seven years experience teaching art from elementary to high school. Her teaching style is playful yet systematic, with emphasis on a variety of art techniques and fomenting individual expression.


As an artist, she prefers painting with oils and acrylics, usually in large format. Her style is focused on abstract/ abstract expressionist portraiture but she is continually experimenting with other styles, mediums and themes.


Lymari is married and the mother or two wonderful children. She is the owner of moon faces painting which offers creative face and body painting to individuals and corporations in the triangle area.

www.moonfacespainting.com