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Tiffany Budd UKCPS Silver

Tiffany BuddTiffany Budd BA (Hons) NAPA is a British established fine artist, specialising in acrylic painting and pastel drawing. She studied at Wimbledon School of Art and University of Plymouth and gained a degree in Textile Design. After a career in Textile design and then Interior Design, the demand for her artwork increased so much that she became a full time artist.

Tiffany's subjects vary due to the requirements of her clients, but her favourite subject are florals with collage combined and cubist abstract work. Tiffany has paintings published all over the world and has recently worked with Marks and Spencers on their new Wall Art collection, as well as having her paintings reproduced onto ceramic tiles by Fiesta Collectables.

She has won awards for her work and exhibited all over the UK, including Scotland, and St Ives. In 2005 she was a finalist in the New Artists Competition which was run by DeMontfort Fine Art. Tiffany exhibited at the Autumn Fair at the NEC, Birmingham. In January 2006 Tiffany won The Bacchus Award painting competition, held at Denbies Wine estate for her painting ‘The Regret of Temptation’. In November 2006 Tiffany was awarded Highly Commended for her painting ‘Harbour Boats’ in the National Acrylic Painters Association exhibition, it also sold the first day. 

Tiffany regularly undertakes private commissions and works directly with the client creating a bespoke piece of art for their room schemes. She is also a member of the National Acrylic Painters Association.

March 2009 - I have been developing a unique style I have called Fractured over the past two years. It is inspired by the Cubists and Russian Constructivists, but then developed in my own style. I want to create a drawing that is semi abstract, with the image still recognisable, bringing attention to perspective and light. I can achieve real detail with coloured pencils. My favourites are Derwent Coloursoft, they are a wonderful pencil to use as you can put layer upon layer of colour on the paper until you achieve the look you require.





Forth Road Bridge

Kingston Bridge

Suffolk Woods

©Tiffany Budd

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