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Featured Artist – Tiffany Birch

Tiffany Birch

I am an Abstract Expressionist. Born in Jacksonville, Florida. My fondest memories as a child growing up in La Rochelle, France were the vibrant golden yellows of the mustard fields. My father was in the military and after his tour we returned to the United States residing in Maryland. I have always been mesmerized by color and movement.

When I started to explore art through the Art League in Olde Town Alexandria, Virginia, I painted 60 paintings in 45 days and shortly thereafter received representation through Marin-Price Galleries in Chevy Chase, Maryland. I moved to the west coast in 2002 and also began to teach children to paint in my style of “I want you to paint what an ice cream cone tastes like”. My west coast opening Art of the Art was held outside of an art gallery in a residence located in Atherton, California, with 36 paintings in a garden setting that had been feng shui by a grand trine master, Linda Lenore of Green Chi Designs.

One of the Lucile Packard children I had previous taught, created a painting for me of a huge heart in the middle of the painting; and that very message was the reason I named my opening Art of the Heart for all art must come from the heart.

Featured Artist – Sandrine Hermand-Grisel

Sandrine Hermand-Grisel

Sandrine Hermand-Grisel is born in Paris France in 1973. She is a freelance photographer since 1997. Self-taught, she wins many photography contests (including the Prix Kodak de la critique photographique).
Her photographs have been displayed in many collective exhibitions (France, Belgium, Luxemburg), published in magazines and are widely spread on the Internet. They are part of many private collections in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, Berlin or Milan.

She lives in San Francisco and his represented in France by Dominique Charlet (TAIGA Presse Images)

Peintre d’origine lorraine né en 1966. Fabien Hermand-Grisel découvre la peinture sur le tard et en autodidacte. C’est en 1996, après de nombreuses tentatives et recherches, que ses premières toiles voient le jour, sous les styles les plus divers, passant du figuratif au modernisme. En 2006, il choisit d’abandonner pour un temps la couleur et emprunte à son épouse photographe, des sujets en noir et blanc, qu’il choisit de transcrire en peinture. Commence alors un travail sur la lumière, l’ombre et le corps, objet de sa dernière série.