Tiffany Titshall - Drowned Lands (detail), 2021 acrylic, ink and charcoal on paper.
Tiffany Titshall - Drowned Lands (detail), 2021 acrylic, ink and charcoal on paper.

Echo in the Hollow – Tiffany Titshall

2 Nov 2023 – 4 Feb 2024

LAST WEEK – Finishes Sunday 4pm

The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing which stands in the way'
 – William Blake

New drawings by Tiffany Titshall inspired by the biyal*

Many of my works are tree portraits as distinguished from landscapes. In this series I have been interested in the biomorphic patterns created by long-dead trees. Mirroring some images creates potentially reversible scenes - but what acts are reversible in our environment? I am also interested in reflections and duality in the world of the psyche and in anthropomorphising the gestures of trees.”  Tiffany Titshall, 2023.

* biyal in Dja Dja Wurrung language is the name for the local River Red Gum


Tiffany Titshall beside one of her Echo in the Hollow artworks 'This Tree Lives', 2023, acrylic, ink, pencil and charcoal on paper. 181 x 153cm.

To listen to an interview with Tiffany Titshall by Grace La Vella on Goldfields FM (09-11-23) click on the button below.

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