Tamara Sigler studied art at Kansas City Art Institute and earned her BFA from Oklahoma City University.

The recipient of the Native Star Award, Tamara has shown by invitation in the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum’s Small Works, Great Wonders Show and has had work displayed in the Butler Museum of American Art.

She has participated in numerous galleries and juried shows, including the National Oil and Acrylic Painter's Society Best of America Small Painting National Juried Exhibition, Bosque Art Classic, Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s 12x12,  Heroes and Outlaws: 100 Oklahomans by 100 Oklahoma Artists, and the Rusty Gables Spring Stampede.

Her painting “Trails End” received Best in Show at the Bauhaus Prairie Gallery’s Open a New Year show. The gallery awarded Tamara their Master Artist designation when “Gifts from the Garden” and “Life of Birds” also received top awards in separate juried shows.

Tamara was a Spirit of the Buffalo artist, with two of her proposed designs accepted for the successful project sponsored by the Nature Conservancy in Oklahoma City. Her designs are included in The Spirit of the Buffalo, Oklahoma’s Past and Future by Linda Millier Bosteels.