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Preview: Tiffany Bozic’s “Sense of Wonder” at FFDG

Known for her geometric arrangements of birds and other animals — paintings that resemble still life more closely than scientific illustration or animal-focused pop surrealism — Tiffany Bozic will open her solo show, "Sense of Wonder," at FFDG in San Francisco on October 18. The flora and fauna Bozic chooses to depict sometimes resemble the decorative ornaments on curtain rods or dinner napkins, such as the benign humming birds and delicate calla lilies, but other times her subjects are more ferocious. Their feral nature, however, is tamed through Bozic's methodically planned spatial arrangements. For "Sense of Wonder," Bozic experiments with flat, repeating compositions that depart from her interest in stiff life, as well. Take a look at a sneak peek of the show after the jump.

Known for her geometric arrangements of birds and other animals — paintings that resemble still life more closely than scientific illustration or animal-focused pop surrealism — Tiffany Bozic will open her solo show, “Sense of Wonder,” at FFDG in San Francisco on October 18. The flora and fauna Bozic chooses to depict sometimes resemble the decorative ornaments on curtain rods or dinner napkins, such as the benign humming birds and delicate calla lilies, but other times her subjects are more ferocious. Their feral nature, however, is tamed through Bozic’s methodically planned spatial arrangements. For “Sense of Wonder,” Bozic experiments with flat, repeating compositions that depart from her interest in stiff life, as well. Take a look at a sneak peek of the show below.

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