Tiffany Pierce is a mom, art educator and artist with humanitarian interest. In 2004, Tiffany is originally from Asheville, NC and currently resides in Forest Hills, NY. She received her B.A. in Studio Art with and Art History concentration from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA.
Her early work body consisted of photographic mixed-media installations that related to homelessness. In 2007, she received her Masters in Art in Teaching, Art Education with a concentration in art in public schools and meaningful arts integration, from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD.
Her career spans from working with children-seniors in psychiatric hospitals to creating & developing art programs for charter schools and juvenile correctional-turned-therapeutic facilities in the Washington, DC metro area.
Tiffany enjoys the act of creating art and believes that the process/journey that one takes when creating art, is what’s most important. Tiffany has exhibited her work in the Amelia Center Gallery in Panama City, FL, the Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery and Southwest Fulton Arts Center in Atlanta, GA and the Maryland Federation of Art and Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD.
Tiffany is a member of the National Arts Education Association and was selected to be a presenter at the 2011 national conference in Seattle, WA. She admires the storytelling of artists, Jacob Lawrence and Angela Matusoka, the slung brush strokes of artist, Jackson Pollock, the intuitive fashion of designer, Folashadé Akanbi and the symbolic imagery of artists, Rashad Cuffee and Iona Rozeal Brown.
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