Tiffany Bozic | The Symmetrical Truce | Acrylic on maple panel | 32" x 45"


Our dear friend Tiffany Bozic is presenting a new collection of work for her upcoming solo entitled Symmetrical Balance.  The solo is set to open this Saturday, October 25 at Fecal Face Dot Gallery.  The San Francisco artist is widely recognized for her tightly rendered, emotionally charged nature-scapes.  Her work blends traditional painting technique with unlikely combinations of animals and their interactions with the environment.  Bozic's paintings lead the viewer into a surreal, metaphorical and often harsh world.  Using a complex process of masking and staining maple surfaces, Bozic conveys a luminous and pristine representation of her vision of life's struggles and triumphs.

Symmetrical Balance is a continuation of her investigation into the human relationship with the natural world.  Allegorical paintings illustrate the notion that all living things share basic needs and desires: to preserve our fragile body, to forage, to nurture and protect our family.  Revealing the interdependency between predators and prey, humans and our environment, Symmetrical Balance exposes the equilibrium that must be maintained between self-preservation and the other life upon which we depend.

Bozic's work is informed by both interactions with living organisms she has encountered during extensive world travels and her continued research of the specimens collections at the California Academy of Sciences.


Tiffany Bozic | Ineffability | Acrylic on maple panel

Fecal Face Dot Gallery
66 Gough Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 25, 6 to 9 pm
Gallery Hours: Thurs & Fri (4-8 pm), Sat & Sun (12-6 pm)


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