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Tiffany Banton - Digital Artist

Tiffany Banton brings a refreshing style to the South Australian art community. Her potential as an innovative South Australian digital artist has been well recognized with an invitation to mount her first solo exhibition at well known Barossa Valley exhibition venue, Rolf Binder Veratis Winery, in April 2010.

 

Tiffany Banton's first exhibition was at Emu Ridge for the Kangaroo Island Art Feast 2009. At present her work is exclusive to just one Gallery: Emu Ridge on Kangaroo Island.

 

Tiff's work is strictly limited edition and has been sold to art lovers all over the world. A local chiropractor has bought all three of the pieces featured here to hang in his offices and is lavish in his praise of Tiff's ability as an artist, "They give the adults and children something to look at and search for while in my waiting room, a bit like Where's Wally, plus her work promotes healthy living being made of fresh fruits and vegetables".

 

Tiffany's Graphic Art began while studying Year 12 at school. Tiffs likes to be different and chose an unusual style something that she could call her own and has continued on from there with the same idea. Her art is influenced by children; their love of fantasy, fun, bright colours and characters, and of course food.

 

Grey Adelaide Stage Show

Tiffany's art is constructed using the majority of her photographic images, of food and animals. The images are then computer manipulated to create a surreal scene made from edible foods. Tiff's style could be called naive. She deliberately uses a technique that evokes children's fantasy books.

 

In her own words...

“My art is influenced by children; their love of fantasy, fun, bright colours and characters, and of course food.”

 

“My art is constructed using photographic images of food and animals, which have been computer manipulated to create a surreal scene made of edible food. My style could be called naive. I deliberately use a technique that evokes children's fantasy books. I want people to see my work first as a whole land or seascape and then go, "Wow, look it's made up of different foods." The genuine animals provide a sense of place, while the food scape brings us back to the storybook theme. The conflicting use of reality and fantasy adds another dimension to my images as a whole.”


“I hope you enjoy viewing my art as much as I loved making them.”


Tiff

Grey Adelaide Stage Show

The genuine animals provide a sense of place, while the food scape brings us back to the storybook theme. The conflicting use of reality and fantasy adds another dimension to Tiff's images as a whole.

 

Tiff is delighted to have recently donated a new original piece of her work to the Kangaroo Island Dolphin Watch fundraising exhibition. The piece went to Dubai, with proceeds providing a financial boost for this great community-inclusive educational program.

 

South Australian Member of Parliament Michael Pengilly MP, Member for Finniss, opened the 2009 Exhibition at Emu Ridge where Tiff's work was first shown. Michael said of Tiff's pieces "Tiff has a bright and bubbly personality which exudes out into her work, I have enjoyed Tiffany's progress and successes as a visual and performing artist. She is a talented young lady."

 

Tiffany with her Mum & Dad at Gone Bush

 

Tiffany's newest work was included in the 2011 "Gone Bush" Exhibition at Emu Ridge Gallery. Proud parents Bev and Larry Turner welcomed their talented daughter home for the opening of the exhibition. The three are pictured with "Tutti Frutti" on opening night. This piece is available for purchase as a limited edition print in small or large (detail below).

 

Tiff would love to pursue her art more and is working on a new piece, but unfortunately, working for a living takes up a most of her time at the moment.

 

If you would like to own a Tiffany Banton digital art piece, you have the opportunity to purchase high quality limited edition prints in two sizes direct from the artist.

 

Each of the 4 works featured on this page are available as limited edition prints and have been produced in two sizes, however the "Hide and Seek" large print has sold out but is still available as the small print.To keep up to date on new work from Tiffany, as well as her forthcoming exhibitions and achievements, read about Tiffany's Art on her Blog.

 

Tiffany's prints are printed on Hahnemuhle German paper, Acid free, Archival and Guaranteed 75 years.


Small prints are 500mm x 350mm limited edition 50 only.
Large prints are 800mm x 560mm limited edition of 20 only


Small prints are $150.00 each and the large prints are $300.00 each
Framed Small prints $450.00 and Large $700.00

 

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"Make a Wish "

"Make a Wish" is a one-off original printed on canvas, no prints available $250.00

 

 

This striking original is Tiffany's first foray into a new style. The piece made its first public appearance at the opening of the Gone Bush Exhibition.

 

"Tutti Frutti "

This landscape is the sun setting on a peaceful oasis of flowers.

Foods used:

Sky – Red Cabbage leaf cut in half, Sun – lemon. Landscape – Almond meal, Broccoli trees, flake chocolate stump.
Flowers are made from, watermelon, and the stems are spring onions, peaches an orange slice and beans for the stems, figs and asparagus for the stems, Strawberries with green chilli stems, Pears a halved plum and red chilli for the stems, paw paw and chives stems. Background foliage is thyme with a bitten fig for the flowers, and bok-choy

 

Insects & Snails, the realism in my landscape:
8 Butterflys, 7 Bees, 3 Lady Birds, 1 Praying Mantis, 1 Redback Spider, 1 caterpillar, 1 Dragonfly, 3 Snails.

 

"Hide and Seek "

marco polo

This landscape depicts a surreal version of the Australian outback.

Foods that make up my fantasy landscape, can you find them all?
Sky - cabbage leaf; Sun - lemon; Clouds - cauliflower; Landscape - paw paw; Fence - flake chocolate and asparagus; House - bread, toast, cheese and pretzel; Shrubs - Lettuce, Rosemary, Carrot tops, Thyme, Spring onions; Rocks - potatoes; Moss - Parsley; Path - Lentils and almonds; Flowers - fried eggs, hundreds and thousands, artichokes, sweet corn; Trees - Broccoli with strawberries and Parsley; Grass - carrot tops; Hay rolls - Leeks; Mushrooms - boiled egg, tomato and mayonnaise.

 

Wildlife, the realism in my landscape
Bilby, Blue Wren, Cockatoo, Echidna, Emu, Kangaroos, Kookaburra, Lizard, Rosella Parrot, and a Snake.

 

"Great Southern Lamb "

This landscape is the sun setting on a peaceful Aussie Sheep Farm.

 

Foods used;

Sky - cabbage leaf; Sun - lemon; Clouds - cauliflower; Landscape - paw paw; Fence - flake chocolate; House - bread, toast, cheese and rice cracker; Shrubs - lettuce, rosemary, thyme, spring onions; Path - soup mix; Flowers - artichokes; Trees - broccoli and parsley; Grass - spring onions; Bales of hay - Weetbix; Mushrooms - boiled egg, tomato and mayonnaise.

 

Wildlife, the realism in my landscape:
1 Crow, 5 Galahs, 3 Magpies, Kelpie sheep dog, sheep and lambs.

 

"Marco Polo "

This seascape is a tropical paradise.

 

 

Foods used:
Sea - cabbage leaf; Sand - paw paw; Reef and Sea Anemones– mushrooms; Corals, Weeds and Sponges- Rock melon, Spring onions, Parsley, Ginger, Pineapple, Celery tops, Broccoli, lettuce, alfalfa sprouts

 

Wildlife, the realism in my landscape:
Fish, Sea snake, starfish and sea horses.