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Tiffany Young

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“Rainbow Tree”

watercolor pencil and acrylic on paper

15 x 10.75”

Price includes shipping fees, frame, wire and hook for your wall

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1. What do you do when you’re not making art? (Day job etc...).

I am a spiritual gypsy soul. If I’m not painting, I am finding a peaceful place in nature, looking for serenity. My fiance, my little boy, and I live the RV life. We travel constantly. There is always a new piece of nature to explore. The traveling artist’s life is one of adventure.

2. Why do you make art?

It is deeply ingrained in my soul, aided by loved ones long past. Art allows me to feel their presence and live more joyously. Besides passion, art is a form of deep communication with myself and Mother Earth. It allows me to connect more deeply with Mother Earth and share that connection with the viewer.

3. What inspires you?

Many things inspire me, such as the written word. Nature draws from me a message of unity and peace and magic. The message behind the art is the main focus. Our fellow earthlings are beautiful and wise. If we pay attention, we’ll notice that everything moves together in the universe. Peace and Love.

4. What/who are your influences?

Oh, there are so many. I love Sargent and how his work pushed boundaries and social expectations. This man almost ruined his career multiple times. He was fearless. Van Gogh is hugely influential. He poured himself into his work with his whole heart, destroying his soul. In doing so, his swirling paintbrush opened the world of art to the individuality of future artists. If only he could have endured a little longer. I am inspired by Eyvnd Earle’s trees that changed the way the world looked form. His work in Sleeping beauty is spectacular. Davinci’s work is unsurpassed with detail and color. My grandfather, who always pushed me to more, was exponentially inspiring.

5. If you could meet anyone dead or alive who would it be?

I would meet Van Gogh and tell him, “It’s all going to be alright, just keep creating, the world needs your special something, don’t listen to all the people in your life, with their demons, who don’t know how brave you are.”