Tiarra Edmundson Vancouver

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson Vancouver

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson Vancouver

Tiarra Edmundson Vancouver

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson Vancouver

Tiarra Edmundson. Drawings I execute while I am in-between paintings to keep creative.

Tiarra Edmundson Vancouver

Tiarra Edmundson.

Tiarra Edmundson Artist Art vancouver Acrylic Paint Original Painting

Tiarra Edmundson – 30″x30″, acrylic on canvas

For my paintings, I strive to achieve the geometric logic of science with the colourful, freedom of whimsy. My partner is an accountant by training and owns his own investment management firm and I am traditionally-trained in fine art and colour theory. We are polar opposites, as far as our career and education, but we share a passion for creativity and appreciate thoughtful and precise execution. You can often find myself and my partner flipping through finance articles in the newspaper or browsing photos in science magazines looking for inspiration for my next painting. We came across a photograph of the speed of light while looking for numbers on the laws of physics. Being both aesthetically pleasing as well as science specific “Light” soon took physical form on canvas.

Tiarra Edmundson Artist Art vancouver Acrylic Paint Original Painting

Tiarra Edmundson – detail

Tiarra Edmundson Artist Art vancouver Acrylic Paint Original Painting

Tiarra Edmundson – Detal paint mix

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra EdmundsonChampagne&Paint was an invite only, private art showing and sale held on May 21st 2015 at the  Rosewood Hotel Georgia hosted by myself and other local artist Emily Roop. Thank you so much to the over 130 guests that showed up to support Champagne&Paint Art Show! A highly successful, nearly sold-out event with the most wonderful crowd.

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

To find out more about this event and to stay updated on future events, check out: http://www.tiarraed.com/events.html

Tiarra Edmundson

The abacus is an ancient Asian numeral calculating device. The abacus was widely used by merchants and scholars before the introduction of calculators or computers and is still relied on even to this day for it’s consistent results. Five beads stacked on the bottom portion and three beads stacked on the upper portion, when slid up or down, each row represents a number.

For my series of ‘Abacus‘, I was influenced by my partner who is from Chinese origins and whose parents taught him, from an early age, how to execute even the most complex equations on this low maintenance tool and how his father would use only an abacus to tally all income and outflow financials for his family-run business.

The following two paintings are called “In” and “Out“. The first painting represents Global Wealth as of 2015. The numerical  figure for “in” is 75,621,858,232,788. The second painting represents Global Debt as of 2015. The numerical figure for “out” is 201,198,250,325,888.

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Tiarra Edmundson – “In” 40″x18″, acrylic on canvas

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson – “Out” 40″x18″, acrylic on canvas

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

These watercolour paintings conclude the Constellations Series. 

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Total frame size = 40cmx50cm
Watercolor painting = 38.1cmx28cm

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Total frame size = 40cmx50cm
Watercolor painting = 38.1cmx28cm

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Total frame size = 29.8cmx40cm
Watercolor painting = 28cmx38.1cm

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Total frame size = 29.8cmx40cm
Watercolor painting = 28cmx38.1cm

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Blood From The Lab

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

Tiarra Edmundson

In late 2014 I completed two small paintings, (18”x22”) each called Blood Sport with the predominate medium being acrylic paint and the subordinate medium being human blood. Early this year I begun a series of six paintings called The Constellation Series to be featured in my upcoming art show at the Hotel Georgia in May. The paintings are medium to large-sized, acrylic paintings, therefore; I begun to create smaller watercolours and illustrations (11”x15”) to make the series more accessible. Recently I came into the possession of more human blood and without delay I wanted to re-boot Blood Sport while staying on task, hence the fusion of the two series.