"Site specific and collaborative murals, installations and immersive environments"
Jablonski is a multidisciplinary artist born in Poland and calling Chicago her home.
Primarily self-taught, she spent her 20s traveling the world, researching various cultures and working some interesting jobs. From Europe to Asia to Australia and back again, she cycled, backpacked and rode a lot of trains until choosing to come back to Chicago and settle down a bit.
In her 30s, Jablonski toured the US extensively, playing bass in several bands and forming/fronting a locally renown sludge outfit, Rabid Rabbit that earned critical acclaim and sealed her reputation as lively performer among her peers.
Now in her 40s, Jablonski has spent the last few years translating her artistic and design aesthetic into a successful career as a muralist and fabricator gaining a diverse and loyal clientele.
Her work focuses on immersive and site-specific installations and themes.
She has earned many merits, grants and press throughout the years including being named one of Chicago Reader’s People Of The Year 2011 and Chicago Artists’ Month 2014 Featured Artist.
Jablonski continues to exhibit regularly, focusing her work on pieces made from mundane, discarded items often from her commercial projects such as wood, paint, and metal scraps. Her themes are inspired by her environment and her experiences as an immigrant.
She teaches painting through After School Matters, teaches power tools 101 to young women and hosts a monthly radio show highlighting Polish/Eastern European music from all genres.
She works with many community art groups and not for profits including Elastic Arts, Arts Of Life and Opera-Matic.
Full press and exhibition portfolios are available upon request.