Tammy Stahl is a practicing artist in Providence, Rhode Island, with her own growing business, titled "Terribly Sublime". While making fine art on the side, she creates stationery, games, and coloring books for her business. All her work is inspired by themes of social justice, free expression, and the desire to protect life on this planet.
The struggle of every artist worth the time you spend standing, looking at the wall:
There is simply too much I want to convey in my work. My desire for a better, more just world. Infinite curiosity. A childlike wonder sheathed in the veneer of an adult’s sophistication and cynicism. Pure awe at the majesty and science of the Earth and the universe. A restless thirst for adventure. The integral connection between humanity and every other lifeform on this planet.
I wish I could boil down that feeling of fear and awe—that feeling of being so incredibly minuscule in the midst of this vast, unknowable universe. The suffocating, terrifying wonder of a body trying to comprehend the incomprehensible.
I wish I could remind my adult viewers of the reckless, fearless curiosity they once had.