Tiffany Blaise is a Vancouver-based visual artist with a passion for creating mixed-media paintings out of oil paint, ink and cold wax. Her artwork is inspired by dramatic seascapes and landscapes across the West coast and beyond and explores both chaos and calm in nature. Her paintings capture dreamlike moments and convey a narrative utilizing the key themes of movement and transformation. While each piece is being painted it evolves and transitions quickly, like a storm or crashing wave.
Tiffany earned a BFA from Concordia University. Her work has been featured in The Telus World of Science, the Cirque Du Soleil headquarters in Montreal and is held in private art collections across the globe.
When she’s not painting Tiffany can be found hunting for one-of-a-kind vintage items or shopping at local markets for fresh ingredients – both of which are elements for further creative concoctions in the home and kitchen.
Which ’hood are you in?
I live near The Drive in East Van and my studio is in Chinatown.
What do you do?
I’m a mixed-media landscape painter. I love to capture scenes inspired by the West Coast and my travels.
What are you currently working on?
I’m currently creating a collection of paintings inspired by the northern lights and mountains which will be released this winter. I’m also beginning to work on creating paintings for my upcoming show at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre opening next summer!
Where can we find your work?
You can find my work on my website and on Instagram, or by contacting me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a studio visit!
Also, you can visit the Galleries that show my work: Tofino Gallery of Contemporary, Gild and Co and Artworks Gallery.