Tiffany de Lisio has an Art/Art History degree from Vassar College. She learned about disrupting the plane and building form using the subtleties of negative space with Art Professors Charlap and Richard Ryan who emphasized most the power of light. She also attended the Woodstock School of Art where she spent a summer season under the inspirational and nurturing tutelage of Anna Maguire studying the vivid use of color to create mass in depictions of everyday nature. Tiffany’s work with architects as a research associate included computer aided collaboration on rug designs and outlining the composition of a vaulted ceiling that has been stippled with brilliant specks of light circumscribing the constellations of the Southern Hemisphere in Sydney Australia’s Darling Park. In her spare time, for the last decade Tiffany has evolved her style with the use of digitalization and gouache pentimento(overpainting and/or reworking earlier compositions and/or elements) on archival cotton paper to simulate the benefits of the old master studio which often involved a number of sketches, studies and multiple versions, to orchestrate and expand the range and depth of her creations which often hint of pariedolia (finding faces in random shapes). She enjoys participating in group exhibits and art events in New York and Washington, D.C.
Currently on display at Little Shop of Flowers in Adams Morgan, Washington, D.C. https://urbanstems.com/dc.
For inquiries/purchases. Please contact District of Columbia Arts Center at 2438 18th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 (t) 202-462-7833 via email email@example.com. For Art Walk info check www.AdMoDC.org/artwalk.