Tiffany Bozic’s emotionally charged and thoughtful pairings of animals and other natural elements in her work reflects her deep personal feelings about life and those indescribably strange emotions that run through us all. Her dedication to paint and water color allows her to create incredibly thin paintings on wood and paper, so thin the grain shines through. In this episode we follow Tiffany as she prepares for her first solo show at Joshua Liner Gallery in 2010 and takes us through the archives of the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.

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TIFFANY BOZIC – Outtake 03 – Wood Process with Francisco Robles from The Creative Lives on Vimeo.

In this Outtake Francisco Robles takes us through what initially drew him to Tiffany’s …

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TIFFANY BOZIC – Outtake 2 – Big/Little Dream from The Creative Lives on Vimeo.

 

In this second outtake from Tiffany’s episode she talks about a reoccurring dream she finally was able …

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TIFFANY BOZIC – Outtakes 01 – Goats from The Creative Lives on Vimeo.

In one of our favorite outtakes of the whole series Tiffany tells the story of how she and …

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TIFFANY BOZIC – Super8 from The Creative Lives on Vimeo.

Super8 film shot on a Beaulieu 4008 ZM2 on Kodak Vision2 200 in San Francisco, CA.

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TIFFANY BOZIC FEATURE – The Creative Lives Season 2 from The Creative Lives on Vimeo.

 

Tiffany Bozic’s emotionally charged and thoughtful pairings of animals and other natural elements in her …

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