Moon Sky Shoreline

100cm x 100cm unframed

£ 1400.00 ( plus UK p&p £ 40.00 )
Gold Billow Neap Tide

30cm X 30cm unframed

£ 260.00 ( plus UK p&p £ 12.50 )
Pink Stripe Horizon

30cm X 30cm unframed

£ 260.00 ( plus UK p&p £ 12.50 )
Train Journey to Hastings

40cm x 30cm framed size

£ 300.00 ( plus UK p&p £ 12.50 )
Sat Nav

30cm X 30cm framed

£ 300.00 ( plus UK p&p £ 12.50 )

 

Biography

Tiffany Lynch was born in Sussex  and spent her  early childhood the West Indies.  She  acheived BA HONS & MA at St Martin's school of Art & Design.   Tiffany has worked in-house at Camden Graphics and has also worked with brands such as Penguin Books, John Lewis and the Women's Press. 

Tiffany co-founded Studio Greenhouse an art co-operative  with ten other artists in the colourful North Laines. Her painting practise is still at Studio Greenhouse .

Urban living by the sea, coastal walks, swimming in the sea, bike rides and the South Downs are amongst her biggest inspiration for painting and design, Inspired by those magical joyful moments in nature, Tiffany evokes a wild beauty fuelled by the natural light in her abstracted depictions of the local landscape. Unique, vibrant and dynamic modern painting on canvas and upcycled vintage frames

Tiffany's Artwork has been shown at the RA Summer Show, The London Group RCA, The Mall Galleries; The Battersea, Bristol, Brighton and Edinburgh Art Fairs, and many other National contemporary galleries since finishing her first-class BA, Post Grad and MA. Designs by Tiffany can be found in John Lewis, and recently her wall art can be found at Maison de Objet Paris. 

?“ my mission is to create beautiful art to bring energy and joy to my audience through colour and composition on canvas or found vintage frames, using a contrast of finished gloss and matt surfaces to project a golden light ever changing authenticity of natural light in the elements.  I like to collect other people’s  forgotten memories collecting vintage frames  and paint over the glass to create new captured moments upcycling lost and found into a new energy of colour mark and texture”