Divinity speaks in nature, revealing truth and honesty.rnNature is a cathedral where divinity speaks in moments of beauty and inspiration.rnTiffani Taylor transforms these moments into rich, textured paintings and original pottery. Lush and vibrant, Taylor’s art is a tribute to things the eye cannot see: the journey of life; inner beauty; feelings of gratitude, reverence, and appreciation.rnHer paintings and pottery are inspired by nature and travel, particularly to Paris and Italy. They are a portrayal of her deep emotion in moments of beauty: sketching dancing red poppies while growing up in Utah; studying red cardinals outside her window at home in Savannah; viewing the Sistine Chapel; and stumbling upon an explosion of color at flower markets in Rome.rnShe begins each canvas with a foundation of base materials. She adds layer upon layer, taking the canvas into nature with each addition. Antique sheet music, handwritten recipe cards, ancient maps, notes, or poetry harmonize with marks left by blowing leaves or a spray of soil. The mixture is indicative of life, the delightful in harmony with the difficult, one tempering the other. Acrylic and Payne’s Gray paints create areas of light and dark. Gold leaf expresses gratitude for the magic hour, the moment in time when nature’s splendor fills all awareness. These paintings and pottery are a material tribute to radiance that lies beneath the external beauty that would otherwise go unnoticed.rnHer work is shown in galleries internationally, including the Dali Museum. In addition, it is included in the collections of Vogue Editor-at-large André Leon Talley, celebrated designer Diane von Furstenberg, Oprah Winfrey, Savannah College of Art and Design President Paula Wallace, and Memorial Hospital in Savannah.
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