If there is an artist alive today that shares the vision of this site so perfectly, it is Tiffany Bozic.Â Her art is a divine marriage of science and haunting symbolism, provoking and sometimes Gigeresque. More wholesome influences such as John James Audubon and Ernst Haeckel are not lost on us however – each piece presents a delicate beauty wherein the macabre is seen by only the curious.
From her biography:
“Tiffany Bozic has spent the majority of her life living with and observing the intricacies of nature. Having grown up on a farm in Arkansas, she was inspired by the natural world at an early age. Blending her external observations with the internal world has led her to refine a distinct style. Her work often incorporates richly pigmented acrylic paint on solid maple wood panels. “
Below, “No Ones Fault But My Own” depicts three magpies perching upon some rather intestinal branches above a fallen dove. This and other works from her Bedtime Stories series were shown at the Kinsey/ DesForges Gallery in 2008.