About the Artist
Tiffany-Ashton Gatsby is an emerging artist currently living in the Wallingford neighborhood in Seattle. They began their artistic journey over a decade ago when diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, initially exploring photography and fiber arts. They began exploring painting in 2017 and in 2019 started experimenting with mixed media sculpture and glass. Her work is heavily influenced by her time living in the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest. Tiffany-Ashton focuses on representing issues faced by the queer-disabled community, empowering womxn, socioeconomic disparities, urban sprawl, political dissonance, and climate change through abstraction. They enjoy using found materials in nature alongside wire, metals, concrete, and lighting to demonstrate the juxtaposition between nature and industry. They are a GSBA Scholar, Pride Foundation Scholar, National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholar and Crabby Beach Foundation Scholar, currently working on completing their undergraduate studies in both Interdisciplinary Visual Art and Medical Anthropology, researching healing through art in the queer-disabled community. Tiffany-Ashton is active in the disabled and LGBTQ communities, volunteering for several organizations including the National MS Society and Seattle Dyke March. As a member of both the disabled and LGBTQ communities, Tiffany-Ashton is an advocate and an activist.
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"Painting is self-discovery. Every good artist paints what he is."