Joiner, Dorothy. "Red Clay Survey 2017 at Huntsville Museum of Art". World Sculpture News, Volume 29 Spring 2017. (Image)
Maddox,David. “Rhizomatic Reality”. Nashville Scene, December 9, 2004. (Images)
Higginbotham, Jennifer. “Russellville Artist Displays Work at UNA Gallery”. The Flor-Ala,September 9, 2004.
Venn, Beth. Max:03/Show Catalog, 2003. (Images)
MCA Graduate Catalog, 2003/2005. (Images)
Grills, Erin. “U of M Max:03 art exhibition brings national curator to local artists”.
The DailyHelmsman, July 31, 2003, page 7. (Image)
Hamilton, Jeanne. “Max:03”, Number, No. 46, Fall 2003, Cover; pp.10-11(Cover, Images)
Hurt, Courtney B. “Tara Bullington: Drawing from Experience”. Bliss, Volume 1, Number 11,December 2001, Cover; pp. 1,2,6 (Cover Images)
Koeppel, Fredric. “Art with Heart”. Commercial Appeal, February 10, 2004
Price, Mark. “Tara Bullington at the Memphis College of Art”. Number, No. 45, Summer 2003,p.20. (Image)
Arts Alive 2003 Poster Artist, Arts Alive Festival, Florence, AL
MFA 2003 Memphis College of Art (Studio Arts)
MCA Traveling Fellowship Award, 2003
Jem Freyaldenhoven Scholarship Award, 2002
Graduate Scholarship Award, 2001, 2002
BFA 1995 Univ of Alabama (Painting / Sculpture) Outstanding Art Student Award, 1994
1992 University of Innsbruck, Austria
Tara Bullington was born in Alabama in 1972. She received her BFA from The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa in Painting and Sculpture in 1995; her MFA from Memphis College of Art in 2003. Her paintings and sculptures have been in various solo and group shows in and around Los Angeles, as well as the Southeast US.
Tara creates mixed media paintings and sculptures by combining her favorite books, poems, and antiquated objects into various abstract and figurative compositions. She currently lives in Florence, Alabama where she teaches Drawing and Design at the University of North Alabama, Northwest Shoals Community College, as well as private lessons.