Tiffany Titshall - Ballarat
Tiffany Titshall works in charcoal on paper from her central Victorian studio. From landscapes and follies to darker, more overt images of animals and devils, her work simmers with glimpses of her inner world. Her landscapes are as much emotional representations as they are records of her surroundings. Tiffany’s early influences are romantic symbolism and expressionist figurative genres. Using traditional materials she limits her methods to concentrate on subject matter.
Although interested in larger scale conceptual installation works, she works best concentrating her skills in art which is restrained yet rich with feeling or thought. Tiffany’s interest in psychology, relationships, voyeurism, isolation, pleasure, desire, eroticism, moral issues and libertinism stretch from her own experience into timeless fascinations. Visually she is interested in both formal language with emotional content and grotesque overt expressionism. Tiffany’s work is dark and atmospheric, representational and enigmatic