The chair I made from the tree that killed my car in the tornado was pretty cool. I was always proud of that chair. (That saw was pretty special, too.) TUSCALOOSA | When a large oak tree in her yard was toppled in the April tornado, flipping her car into the air, Tanya Mikulas turned […]
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Featured in the UA Art news as part of the 4/27 remembrance: http://art.ua.edu/news/art-in-remembrance-art-for-the-present-art-for-the-future/ The link below goes to a gallery of selected photos from the aftermath of the April 27, 2011 Tuscaloosa tornado that were part of my Full Moon Emerging Artist exhibition called “transform” in the Clarke Gallery at Kentuck Arts Center in Northport, Alabama. […]
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This is from my photography site. Today is the 5 year anniversary of this monster storm, and it’s also the first time I have not been in Forest Lake to mark the occasion. I am so proud of the recovery in Tuscaloosa, and today my heart and thoughts are with my friends and neighbors in […]
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Forest Lake neighborhood, the day after the epic Tuscaloosa tornado. In honor of the 5 year anniversary of the April 27, 2011 Tuscaloosa tornado coming up in a few weeks, I am posting this complete archive of my own photos from the day after. The sun was shining and the air smelled piney fresh. I’ll […]
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I want to talk to you about these rusty old trash compactors.
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Tanya Mikulas enjoys predicting, conducting, collecting, organizing, analyzing, interpreting, investigating, evaluating, fabricating, characterizing, verifying, imaging, prototyping, and deciphering, in the name of science.
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