About the Artist

    "To me, art is a form of communication; a way to communicate ideas or express feelings that cannot be accurately portrayed via verbal or written form. It is a way to invoke deeper thought into the subject at hand, a deeper feeling that words cannot allow.

   I enjoy employing a broad diversity of media across my work, as I feel limiting myself to a few would be to limit the extent of my expression. There are certain feelings that are better portrayed with specific media: the whimsicality of watercolor, the rawness of charcoal, and the intensity of pastels.

  My work often reflects my love for the cosmos; for both nature and outer space. I always aim to connect the viewer with a broader picture: the beauty, fragility, and infinitesimal reality of existing on Earth. I emphasize my ideas to the viewer through the use of subject matter that can be interpreted symbolically. The concept of duality often surfaces in my work, as it is one that fascinates me. Positive and negative, light and dark: this theme can be found everywhere throughout nature. Our cosmos exists in this balance of duality, and my work reflects that as well.”

  When I’m not creating art, writing, or reading, I enjoy cuddling with my amazing cat, stargazing, and hiking the beautiful woods of upstate NY.

C.V. Available by request. Email me at TulaczArt@gmail.com

EDUCATION

  • 2017 Associate in Science - Fine Arts: With High Honors - SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge NY.

    • Phi Theta Kappa; President's List & Dean's list: Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017

    • President and co-founder of the SUNY Ulster Art Association (SUAA) - Fall 2016-Spring 2017

  • 2019 Bachelor of Fine Art - Illustration; Art History Minor: Montserrat College of Art, Beverly MA.

EXHIBITIONS

  • Mama Lane's Featured Artist: 2014 Spring featured artist solo exhibition; Mama Lane's Coffee House & Yarn Studio, Tarpon Springs, FL

  • SUNY Student Art Exhibition: 2016 Spring exhibition of selected student work by art majors throughout the SUNY system; Plaza Gallery, SUNY Plaza, Albany, NY

  • SUNY Best of Student Art Exhibition: 2016 exhibition of juried student works from the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Student exhibitions by art majors throughout the SUNY system; New York State Museum, Albany, NY

  • SUNY Student Art Exhibition: 2016 Fall exhibition of selected student work by art majors throughout the SUNY system; Plaza Gallery, SUNY Plaza, Albany, NY

  • SUNY Ulster Student Art Exhibition: 2016 exhibition of selected student work by art majors at SUNY Ulster; Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery, SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge, NY.

  • Thompson Family Foundation of NY Scholarship Student Exhibit: 2017 exhibition of selected works of Thompson Family Foundation scholarship recipients at the Woodstock School of Art; Woodstock School of Art, Woodstock, NY

  • SUNY Ulster Student Art Exhibition: 2017 exhibition of selected student work by art majors at SUNY Ulster; Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery, SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge, NY

  • SUNY Student Art Exhibition: 2017 Fall exhibition of selected student work by art majors throughout the SUNY system; Plaza Gallery, SUNY Plaza, Albany, NY

PUBLICATIONS & AWARDS

  • "Sad Panda" design: Redbubble digital sticker pack for iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/digital-sticker-all-stars/id1202633245?mt=8#

  • Vice President's Award for Excellence in the Arts: SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge NY. Work selected to be part of the permanent collection.

  • “Endangered” - Used as a poster on the set design for season 3 of “Black Comedy.” Produced by Scarlett Pcitures.

  • Illustration West 57

NEWS ARTICLES