Reblog, Spring Jubilee by Tiffany Arp-Daleo –
My regular readers know I’ve been gladly reblogging this young lady for a bit now. Her work is unique and filled with hope, energy, festiveness and – one of the points of this reblog – often quite textured with literally a multi-media smorgasbord of creative intution.
In the comment thread of her post, she and I were remarking on the impact of seeing a work live, esp in regard to highly textured works, and she said this —
Yes, seeing it in person makes a huge difference, the texture is another dimension! 🙏😉https://tiffanyarpdaleo.com/2022/02/14/spring-jubilee/
My own work has more often than not, since the very early 1980s, been textured; sometimes exuberently so, and I see / feel this in her work — even if differing ways — the fun of creating surface effects within the myriad colors.
In her short post, Spring Jubilee, she explains a little of her process, materially and inwardly.
It’s that interplay, it seems, that then creates the interplay of viewer & work of art!
I hope you’ll give her short post a lingering look 👩🎨 🎨 ❤️
On the Way to the Cantina by Tiffany Arp-Daleo
And my full series of reblog posts re Tiffany and her work are here at –
Thanks so much everyone! Stay well! 🙏
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