Tiffany Miller Russell
Tiffany Miller Russell finds her inspiration in nature and the diversity of life, and the individuality of a creature and its relationship to the world. Her bas-relief collages are created from specialty art papers which are cut flat and then shaped by hand. Peering into a shadowbox holds its own kind of magic, inviting glimpses of familiar worlds that display a heightened sense of reality.
Tiffany is a Signature Member of the Society of Animal Artists and a member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. Her paper sculptures have been awarded by the SAA and the Artist’s Magazine. She’s been featured on Colossal and What Women Create, and is in the permanent collection of Cheyenne Frontier Days’ Old West Museum.
Her work has been displayed in venues such as the Salmagundi Club, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and at the Coors Western Art Show.