Author: tara

By the Lake, on the Lake

June 27, 2024

June 26 – July 26, 2024 at Niagara Pumphouse Art Centre This new body of work emerges from sketches inspired by the history, life, and nature of Niagara-on-the-Lake. It emphasizes the beauty of peace in a place that was once the site of historical war. I depict peace in vibrant colors that find solace in…

Chautauqua Old Oak

February 23, 2023

A commission for the Stewards of Sustainability in Chautauqua to create a rendition of one of the oldest Oak Trees in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The Chautauqua Oak is a native tree in imminent danger due to recent adjacent residential excavations.

This Neck Turns Heads

February 25, 2022

Phasing in and out of fashion, trends play a pivotal role in shaping the intricate dynamics of the fashion world. Among these trends, the turtleneck sweater has experienced undulating phases, with its image tortuously linked to success rather than failure. This text delves into the evolutionary trajectory of the turtleneck sweater as a quintessential fashion…

Illegal Entries

June 1, 2019

Opening Reception | “Illegal Entries” by Tara Korkmaz | June 6 @ 6 PM | Ryerson School of Image Arts (122 Bond St., IMA 322) | Exhibit runs from June 6-17 | Free & Open to the public! Featured in DocNow 2019 Festival.


October 18, 2017

BluBlu is a Parrotlet and the subject of my documentary photobook. He was born on March 02, 2014 in Etobicoke, Ontario. BluBlu belongs to one of the smallest parrot species with about four inches height and weighing about 38 grams. Although he lives freely in the house, he sleeps and eats his main meals in…