About Tiffany J
Tiffany Jones was born in Springfield, MA, and relocated to Baltimore in 1996 and has been a resident with her family ever since. She received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2012. Jones has exhibited her artwork in various galleries and museums in Massachusetts, New York, Virginia, and Maryland. These include the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York, Artisphere in Virginia, Baltimore Museum of Art, James E Lewis Museum, and Sheila and Richard Riggs Galleries all in Baltimore. In 2012, Jones received a b-grant from the Baker’s Artist Awards for her photographic works which address topics of identity across multiple generations. Jones continues her photographic work while using her community as an inspiration.
Just in time for the holidays I have put together a book of selected work. Be sure to grab one for your art loving family member or friend!
Here is a small preview of a few images. As always thank you for your support!
From the series: A Look Inside, Fall 2009
First Round Picks of 2012 b-Grant Winners!!!!!
The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund established the Baker Artist Awards in 2008-2009 to recognize Baltimore’s artists and engage regional, national and international audiences in supporting these artists’ work.
The fund commits its resources to enhance the region's economy and quality of life by making investments in arts and culture.The Fund’s Trustees initiated the Baker Artists Awards to promote and honor artist collectives and individual artists who live and work in Baltimore and its five surrounding counties. The Baker Artist Awards are intended to promote the region’s creative talent and are offered in a web format to attract the attention of broad regional, national and international audiences.All site visitors are invited to login as participants, comment on artists’ work and create a “favorites” exhibition.
Wednesday, November 9, 5:30-7:30pm
New Orleans jazz musician Noel Russell and writer
Clarence Brown artistically share reflections on family,
followed by a panel moderated by Selwyn Ray, Vice
President of Community Engagement and Partnership
at Big Brothers Big Sisters, with Joseph T. Jones,
Executive Director, Center for Urban Families; Shawn
Burnett, a single father; Jace Woods, a mentor to
young black males; and others.
Eubie Blake Center
847 N. Howard Street.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Performances begin at 6:00pm and panel discussions
begin at 6:30pm.
Art on Purpose’s Black Male Identity project explores
what it means to be a black male or youth, drawing upon
the vast reservoir of authentic and positive stories within
our communities for answers.
For directions to the Eubie Blake Center, 410/225-3130;
for all other information, www.morethan28days.com