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.
I am please to announce my first show of the year will be back in my hometown, Springfield, MA!! Radiant: Women of Color was curated by Rosemary Tracy Woods of Art for the Soul Gallery & Travel. The exhibit will be on display February 3-March 2 at the Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery located on the campus of Springfield Technical Community College. The opening reception will be held Friday, February 3, 4-7pm.
Radiant will feature a selection of photography, paintings, prints, collage, and sculpture on unlimited topics by women of many backgrounds. Artists include Kristine Crimmins, Gina Beavers, Trish Gracia McDowell, Hannah Morris, Awilda Oxios, Lorraine MacAlpin, Jackie Griswold, Stacy Pringle, Diana Mara Henry, Denise Mari Stewart, Tiffany Jones, Debi Cappucci, and Delois Barnes.
Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery
Springfield Technical Community College,
One Armory Square Suite 1
Springfield, MA 01102-9000
Tuesday thru Friday 12:30 - 4:30 pm
Saturday 10:00- 2:00 pm
Or By Appointment
See my contribution to this project here!
Also on the 29th is the opening of their new exhibit Dandy Lion: Articulating a Re(de)fined Black Masculine Identity which will be on exhibit January 29 – May 13, 2012.
Twenty emerging photographers and filmmakers present refreshing images of young black men who challenge popular notions of urban black masculinity. Guest curated by Shantrelle P. Lewis, this exhibition defies the negative image of the black male as “thug” and explores contemporary expressions of the “Black Dandy,” the sophisticated urban gentleman whose “swagger” engages both African aesthetics and elements of classical European fashion.
Baker's Artist Award has showcased come extremely talented people of the Baltimore area. From literature to music to the visual arts, these artist have put their best foot forward and I would like to wish everyone good luck and remind them that in the end we are all winners for what we do!
Tiffany Jones's Nomination | Baker Artist Awards