Tiffany Shea is also a visual artist. She has often sold her work to help fund her music endeavors. She currently is taking commissions to raise tour support for her upcoming Scandanavian Tour!
Mixed Media: oil, acrylic, latex, ceramic, mirror, chalk, and plaster on wood. 48 x48
Oil on canvas 24 x 36
Oil, acrylic, chalk on canvas 24 x 36
A friend of mine was going to buy a painting online of a rhino for her man's birthday... as it is his favorite animal. She was telling me how she couldn't really find anything she LOVED... and so I offered my services and came up with THIS! They were both thrilled: 48x60, multi-media
Tiffany's more recent commissions have been what she calls "Essence Paintings," which are tailor-made pieces created from character qualities describing an individual. This piece was created for Ms. Taylor Horton, whose adjectives include: Fluidity & Balance, Endurance, Classic Timeless Style, Organic, Happy, Understated, Elegance, Energetic.
Fluidity & Balance
The combination of the red, blue, yellow, and green and the way they all flow around and through each other is also representative of the forces of nature-- earth, fire, wind, and water--- the interaction and symmetry of which is the natural order and harmony of all things.
The blue & green is perceived as a landscape that is close in distance, the orange as a remote landscape, and is presented as there being a long range between the two. Something you’d see and say, “I can get there…”
The three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow are the only colors that simply exist—they cannot be ‘made’ from other colors. Yet all other colors can be made from them (red + yellow= orange, yellow + blue = green, blue + red = purple). I used the primary colors to create the triangular pattern that divides the space on the canvas as your eye moves around the page. The red became orange however, as the goal of distance was considered, and white and yellow were utilized.
Images of wheat and grass as well as the human body came to mind, and as I reviewed images of certain foods as well as the colors of human flesh, our color palates & texture patterns were created.
Yellow is a happy color. If I had to describe you in one color, it’d be yellow.
All of the primary colors have been altered slightly to tone them down into a more natural, much softer version of themselves.
Elegance & Energy
The way that brush-strokes and knife patterns created the movement supports these ideas of who you are. The texture patterns dance weightlessly, and the background colors flow effortlessly into each other.
Acrylic on Canvas 36x48
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