Tabitha Stowe (Tammy) is an artist and poet living in Western Australia.
Tabitha is related to author Harriet Elisabeth Beecher Stowe.
Her art is in private collections in Germany, New york, Texas and Chicago.
She is in the process of writing a children’s books.
Tabitha Stowe is a poet and illustrator/artist. Her skills gives her the approach to art with different techniques that she loves to explore. Her techniques include a mixture of digital collage art, large acrylic canvas paintings and hand painted pastel illustrated children’s art. Her subjects are trees, birds, patterned fashion illustrations and more.
” My art is self taught. I like sharp geometric shapes entwined with intricate patterns, bold colors sitting with pastel. I like opposites. I am an eclectic artist so I don’t stick to one form of process, I have three. I tent to choose female figures and nature as my topics.
I believe the worlds need more gentleness and unconditional love. I live in a sort of imaginary world where animals and humans live as one at peace. Some of my illustrations express my childlike personality and a yearning to escape into fantasy. My Japanese muse is my alter ego dressed in her magical attire. I am a fan of all things exotic, decadent and lavish in the natural world.”