Back at it again! The past year and a half has been consumed with infants and pregnancy, new jobs, and moving…. My daughter is now 10 months old and we have a baby boy due in April. Making the transition is definitely a challenging one, especially for the Working Artist Mother. How and when […]More
Tabatha Lendquvist Jarmulowicz works from her studio located in Athens, AL. She is an Interdisciplinary artist working across and in various mediums to include painting, bookmaking, and poetics. She teaches Design I at the University of North Alabama and taught Drawing as an Adjunct Faculty member at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Tabatha has been involved in a number of community arts projects with At-Risk youth and has experience teaching art to youth and adults at various private and public schools, institutions, and art organizations. She earned a BA in Studio Art from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College.
One of my weaknesses, since I was a child…. office supplies. I enjoy writing and holding new pencils, the smell and weight of new notebooks, the colorful and whimsical visions of paperclips, post-it notes, page markers, staples, and so on. They are just so inventive, useful, and nowadays fancy. I gather these things like a […]More
Finally! They are finished. It took a while to decide and then complete all these numbers. All I knew is that I wanted to make sure they were as playful as possible, in my mind that meant messy. The “messy” was created by first painting little circles with white correction fluid in each corner, then […]More
INFUSE THIS PAGE WITH A SMELL OF YOUR CHOOSING I chose the perfume Cocoon by Yves Rocher Neonatura, which is a mix of chocolate, vanilla, and patchouli. It is my favorite. This bit of creative play reminded me of how smell is often linked to memory’s vision. While you can’t smell the smell I […]More
I’ve been fighting the urge to return to the spot where I left this last night. It was raining all day and night, and I’m sure the visual effect of the paper on the rock is wonderful now that it is saturated and flattened. However imagining the possibilities of what it might look like could […]More