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Tiffany Bozic  San Francisco, CA


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About Tiffany


Tiffany Bozic has spent the majority of her life living with and observing the intricacies of nature. Having grown up on a farm in Arkansas, she was inspired by the natural world at an early age. Blending her external observations with the internal world has led her to refine a distinct style. Her work often incorporates richly pigmented acrylic paint on solid maple wood panels. She is said to be inspired by John James Audubon and Ernst Haeckel, but dives more deeply into the imaginary and darker aspects of the natural world. Bozic views the making of art as a kind of therapeutic process – a way to make sense of the world, of her relationship to life as it unfolds, of its power over us, and perhaps most importantly, of our power over it. Currently based in San Francisco, California, she has shown in galleries throughout the United States and Europe, and spoken at the 2007 Semi Permanent International Arts and Design Conference in Sydney, Australia. Her artwork has been published in magazines such as Flaunt, Fourteen Hills, and Alarm. Tiffany participated in the California Academy of Sciences Artist in Residence program from November 2006-2007.


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I am a huge fan of your work! It's beautiful!

Your flowers are beautifully precise. In each print shown, your work look like a piece of my garden. I love the way you use a jolt of color in each print. I think a lot of bugs are very beautiful, and a lot are quite ugly, but you manage to make them look like something we would want in our home. However, I still will squish the cucumber beatles that eat my roses :-)

Very beautiful work. You have shown the "inner beauty" of the creature most of us try to destroy with a magazine. I don't think I will ever try to kill an insect again. :)

I love the way you have incorporated the perceived "ugliness" of bug-dom with the beauty which they are such a vital part and which we would not have were it not for their contribution.

Lovely piece of art combined with excellent sense of humour :)

(still laughing with Cantharellus...)

I really like the second one!

very organic almost retro looking i like it

Love the bugs! The very delicate handling of this subject matter is ironic and excellent.

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