Channeling and Township — Tiffany Arp-Daleo Art

The thing I enjoy about Tiffany’s art is that she brings the world of Abstract painting into mine with a simple explanation. Or really no explanation is at all.

I am still new to the worlds of Minimalism, Abstract,  Cubism, Surrealism, Fauvism,  and many other -ism art forms. I am pleasantly surprised to learn there are more than portraits and landscapes out there in the painting world.

Some forms of art, like Picasso’s Cubism and Dali’s Surrealism, are hard for me to understand. Especially when the art is representative of a person or a mood. 

But I am learning.

I am certain there are parameters and categories in Tiffany’s art, too. There is meaning and feeling and inspiration in each creation. 

Perhaps I understand better on a beginner’s level because of the squares and cubes and other simpler shapes that I can understand and feel.

I hope you take some time and hop over to her website and see what I mean. 

I love that being a beginner in Modern Art is not as traumatic as I thought it would be.



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12 thoughts on “Channeling and Township — Tiffany Arp-Daleo Art

  1. I so agree. And I know it’s more an overall feeling, an overall reaction, and I’m trying to take a little more time to register in my head what specifically it is that I like (or dislike) about its many forms. Thank you.

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  2. I do too. But are there central rules to this style? For instance, you want to paint an abstract erosion of your pain. So you paint everything shades of blue. Someone takes a look at it but doesn’t get it because their color of pain is green. That’s the problem with abstract art. To me.

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  3. This work is what you find in art journals, a great way to enjoy yourself as everything you do is good, there is no stress, no expensive paper, just a journal you can work in with all sorts of medium. I love it !

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  4. Ahh! Thank you so much for sharing my work!!! Art really should just be simple. It’s about how it makes you feel, everything we see makes us feel something, it’s a special gift to share!


  5. What a kind shoutout to highlight Tiffany’s abstract art! I’ve enjoyed her work for many years and always look forward to seeing what’s she’s creating ~ thank you for sharing 🙂

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