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Tiffany Bozic has spent the majority of her life living with and observing the intricacies of nature. Her work has the traditional air of tightly rendered nature illustrations but with a highly emotional range of surreal metaphorical themes. In her paintings and sketches she presents her vision of life’s struggles and triumphs that are largely autobiographical.
Her wide array of subjects are inspired both from her extensive travels to wild places, and the research specimens at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, CA.
Over the years, Bozic has developed a complex process of masking and staining so the natural grain can collaborate with each composition using multiple layers of watered down acrylic paint on maple panels of wood. She has had several solo exhibitions featuring her large-scale paintings and installations. Her work has also been included in numerous group shows across the country, and spoken at international events. She was also the first ‘Artist in Residency’ whereby she collaborated with the California Academy of Sciences, to create the “From the Depths” exhibit on the public floor of the museum, November 2007. Bozic is a self-taught artist currently living and working in her cottage under the redwood trees in Marin, CA. (http://tiffanybozic.com/about/)
Featuring works in acrylic on maple panel (Bozic’s signature surface),Transformation showcases the artist’s meticulous rendering of animal and plant subjects that recasts nature as fable. In small to medium-sized paintings, Bozic explores themes informed by her personal experience of becoming a mother...
Entirely self-taught, Bozic and her choice of subjects are inspired by extensive travels to remote wild places around the world, as well as her study of research specimens at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. She has developed a complex process of masking and staining the maple panels used... (http://www.fecalface.com/SF/news/4881-tiffany-bozic-in-nyc-thurs)