If you are interested in buying an original or commissioning something, just send me an email and I’ll be thrilled :) If you purchase a print off Red Bubble, please be sure to email me and let me know because they don’t not tell me and I like to follow up to make sure you are happy with everything! tiffrandol @ gmail

Artist Statement:

Colors are my silent passion. I see the world in very vivid colors and little pieces that create the whole, which is what I try to capture in my work. Since my day to day work is music, painting is my creative meditation. It’s a sacred place for me to quietly release energy using wild colors and feelings on paper. I’ve been through a number of phases when it comes to subject matter, though the eyes tend to be what I gravitate to first, followed by anything that has peaks and valleys: be it the female body, swirls of color, or landscape.

Website: www.tiffrandol.com

Eccentricity and wild creative slashes are usually a preserve of the anarchic rock star. Not so for soulful rock chanteuse, Tiff Randol: as a three year-old this already ascendant artist was waging war as a one-kid, anti-social crime wave. Bedroom walls were daubed in paint; Motown 45s were blasted from a Fisher Price record player in the early hours of the morning.

Later, trips to a child shrink proved unrewarding. Prescriptions included “plastic sheets on the walls and ear plugs” as an answer to her parent’s sleepless nights and cleaning bills. Not that it helped. As Randol grew older, there were more noisy experiments as a huge record collection swelled with the likes of Elvis Presley, Kate Bush, Guns N’Roses, Billie Holiday, The Beatles, Billy Idol, Johnny Cash and Prince. This consumption was not unrewarding, however. Now the singer-songwriter has made a habit of writing songs littered with adventurous pop hooks and drive time lyricism.” (MATT ALLEN, MOJO MAGAZINE)

To date her music has been heard on numerous TV shows, including CBS, People’s Choice Awards, MTV, VH1, Bravo, Comedy Central, Barnes & Noble Nook Commercial. She has performed live on Fox Good Day NY, Fearless Music, premiered her video for “Shame’s A Bitter Game” on the LOGO Channel, was awarded in 2008 as an up and coming writer for the Songwriters Hall of Fame and won Best Score at the Long Island Film Festival for “Meg’s Song” starring Stella Keitel. Currently, aside from artist releases, she is songwriting for other artists, as well as film and tv placements, and works as a composer and vocalist for commercial music agencies, such as Massive Music. In addition to her music, she is a visual artist and enjoys acting. As a visual artist, she has had her art shown in various locations on the East Coast and is currently working on privately commissioned pieces.

  • Joined: January 2011
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